While no longer a novelty to Tweet a conference in social media circles, (see #SWSX), for the legal industry it is ground breaking. Just a short year ago we only had a handful of people experimenting with the tools during the Legal Marketing Association's annual conference. This year we had an amazing group of social webbites taking it to the extreme. Every session was covered on Twitter via an army of volunteers. The transcript of the three day conference can be found here. #LMA10.
A year ago at the 2009 LMA Conference, I presented a very basic, very general session on social media and social networking. What a difference a year makes. This year I had the opportunity to share a breakout session with two senior legal marketers, Heather Milligan and Russell Lawson, on how to integrate STRATEGY into social law firm marketing. We had only a short 45 minutes to cover all the exciting ways we're adding the social web to the marketing mix and so we decided to limit questions and discussion from attendees during the session. That, of course, didn't matter to this group. Twitter was in the audience. The questions AND insights offered via Twitterverse expanded and enriched the experience remarkably.
Read more at the Virtual Marketing Officer blog.