Tag Archives: Conference Attendance

Communicating Conference Attendance Value: Engage

Last week, we started talking about how to get the most value out of a conference or event that you’re attending, and then communicate that value back to those at your office. Preparation before the event is key, but the next piece of the puzzle if about engaging at the conference itself.  This is something … Continue Reading

Communicating Conference Attendance Value: Preparation

As we lead up to the Legal Marketing Association‘s Annual Conference, the importance of communicating the value of attending any conference to those back in the office has been in the forefront of my mind. The LMA conference is always packed to the gills with scheduled events, because marketers have to be able to prove … Continue Reading

Blogging for Enhancing Conferences & Events

Next week, I have the pleasure of joining my fellow co-leaders for the Social Media Special Interest Group for the Legal Marketing Association in presenting a webinar on using social media to ramp up conferences and events. My part of the session will focus on blogging, so I thought I’d offer you a preview of … Continue Reading

Two for Tuesdays: Attending Conferences

On my mind today is the upcoming Legal Marketing Association’s Annual Conference – I’ll be heading to Orlando for it during the first week of April, and I can’t wait to get some valuable nuggets from the sessions, network my tail off, and come away more inspired than when I arrive. Since there is a … Continue Reading

Ask Friday! Conference Attendance Edition

With our Annual Meeting coming up in just a few short weeks, I wanted to dedicate this week’s "Ask Friday" to the question of "how can I make the most out of attending a conference?"  You might think that just showing up and attending the events is enough, but with a little bit of strategy, … Continue Reading
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