Webinar Re-cap: Facebook & Twitter for Lawyers with Dave Kerpen of Likeable Media and Nancy Myrland of Myrland Marketing Part I


The ILN has offered a webinar series to our members for the past two years, and in 2010/2011, we offered a three-part series on social networking. In October, we started with, "Social Networking Strategy & Blogging," with Kevin O'Keefe of LexBlog and in December, we had Freesource's Nathan Egan discuss "LinkedIn for Lawyers." January's webinar with Dave Kerpen of Likeable Media and Nancy Myrland of Myrland Marketing focused on Facebook and Twitter for Lawyers.

Nancy kicked off the session with some fantastic information for our audience about Twitter. I'll be splitting my posts into two with Part I focused on Twitter and Part II dealing with Dave's comments on Facebook. Due to some technical difficulties, our webinar didn't record any sound, so I'll be re-capping the presentations based on my (hopefully) excellent memory, and the slide decks of our presenters.

As we mentioned during the intro, Nancy is a social media consultant, speaker and trainer, and a professional marketing advisor, specializing in helping firms, companies and associations grow their business by strengthening relationships with their clients through the strategic use of social media. As one of the earliest adopters of Twitter and one of the most adept at leveraging it, it has been said that Twitter users should be required to follow Nancy in order to tweet.

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