Since its inception in 2007, PodCamp Toronto has had a reputation for being pretty awesome. Without a doubt, #PCTO13 held true to that this past weekend at Ryerson U.
Success began with a packed schedule of interesting and timely topics on everything from Podcasting on a budget to managing social media at scale when your fan base grows from one to one million overnight. Check out the full list of sessions here.
Perhaps even more important to the success of #PCTO13 — there was an energetic and enthusiastic crowd of people in attendance, and that distinct PodCamp vibe was in the air.
Of course, we could go on about how awesome the event was, but we have a bit of a bias, so we’re going to let the community tell you how it went instead:
As you can see, the people, they really love us! Or they love #PCTO13, anyway. And this is only a small sample of the tweets! Check out the #PCTO13 hashtag for more goodness.
There have also been some great blog pieces written about the weekend, which also give you a third-party look at #PCTO13. Here’s a few of them, in no particular order:Social Studies at PodCamp Toronto
PodCamp Toronto 2013 huge success
The evolution of animated gifs: PodCamp Toronto
Are You a Playboy, First Time Dater, Romantic, or Social Media Lover?
Storytelling panel links We’d like to take this opportunity to say thanks one last time to our sponsors:
And, of course, our amazing volunteers and everyone who attended and presented!
Closing thoughts: this is what happens when you don’t attend!“Friend of Podcamp” through a small donation!