I am headed to New Orleans Sunday, accompanied by LexBlog’s CTO Josh Lynch and head of business development, David Cuthbert, for Clio’s Annual Cloud Conference, running next Monday and Tuesday.

Clio has asked us to cover Clio Con and we’re honored to do so. Not only will be we covering the conference from New Orleans, via Facebook Live, but we’ll have people in Seattle conducting interviews (some are up on the LexBlog Network) and “Storifies” of keynotes, presentations and events.

Storify is a social network service that enables us to create stories or timelines using social media such as Twitter, Facebook and Instagram as source.

Tweet and tag. As you always do at Clio Con, Tweet and use other social media like crazy reporting on what speakers are saying and what you’re observing. Take pictures and shoot videos. Share them on social media – especially Twitter, using the hashtag #ClioCloud9.

We’ll pick up the Tweets, including pics and videos at LexBlog Seattle and include them in our Storify coverage with an attribute to you.

Blog. Looking for more coverage of your blog posts about Clio Con? LexBlog’s got you covered. Send your posts (or a link to your post) to tips@lexblog.com. We’ll publish your posts to The LexBlog Network, giving you the attribute and indicate the original url for the post so that there is no duplicite content issue and share word of your post via our social networks.

Be on Facebook Live. I am going to be interviewing speakers and exhibitors and probably doing some roundtable conversations with my friend, Bob Ambrogi. I’d like to catch attendees as well, so stop LexBlog’s media table, catch me walking around, ping me on social or drop tips an email.

Don’t forget to catch my presentation on content marketing/blogging/social media on Monday too. I’ll do my best not to make Clio look bad in inviting me.

Kidding aside, it’s privilege to speak at Clio Con. If it’s not the best, it’s one of the best conferences I go to each year.

Wonderful speakers (far beyond the legal realm) that expand our horizons, always new products from Clio (espcially this year), top notch social events, cammeraderie among attendees and incredible passion from team Clio, which runs a conference with now over 1,000 people all on their own.

  • shg

    Speak for me there, please. Be the grown up they so desperately need.

    • Well, the title of my talk, per first slide, is “Leave Stupid Behind.”

      • shg

        I love you so much, old friend.