The Great Legal Marketing Tweetup of 2010

Nancy Myrland All Posts, LMA Conference Tweet Summary, Social Media 12 Comments

In case you haven’t experienced a Tweetup, or aren’t even sure what one is, let me help.

Tweetups are simply an in-person meet up of Twitter users in a given geographic area.  They are an inclusive way of turning virtual relationships that started on Twitter in to the actual, face-to-face, let’s-take-this-relationship-to-the-next-level, kind, which is what we look to Social Media and Social Networking to facilitate every day.

I was lucky enough to be a part of one this past week in Denver…a very special one, made up of Legal Marketers from around the world.  I attended the Legal Marketing Association, or LMA, Annual Conference in Denver Wednesday through Friday.  We ended up having 3 Tweetups, but there was one that was planned, which was Thursday night.

We who are on Twitter kept inviting our colleagues, whether on Twitter or not, to join us because Twitter and Social Media are, by their very nature, inclusive, friendly vehicles of communication.

I could go on here in writing with all the details, but I think I’ll let the following speak for itself. Please click on the link below to take you to a special gift I prepared for you.

The one thing I will say is:

Thank you for being my friends!

(Please click below):

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    Thanks Jayne! All of those comments coming from you, with all your knowledge, are certainly encouraging! …and you’re welcome for being a friend, thank YOU!

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    Thanks Marc! It was wonderful seeing you last week! I’m so glad we have Social Media to help us stay in touch in between conferences! I hope I get to see you some time during 2010!

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