Following the webinar on Google Hangouts for Lawyers that I did with Andrw Cabasso, co-founder of Jurispage.com last week, we got a lot of great feedback and interest from attorneys looking to get some experience with the Google Hangouts platform.
So, on Friday, Sept 12 at 2 PM ET/ 11 AM PT Andrew and I will be hosting a special Office Hours event in a Google Hangout. Join us in our one-hour Google Hangout – gratis.
What is this?
You won’t just watch a Hangout: you’ll be on the “inside” in the filmstrip and be able to interact with us in real time.
We know that a lot of people think the Google+ technology is daunting – and it does have a learning curve. But we also know that once you experience how to join, participate in and see the tools provided in Hangouts, you’ll want to incorporate them into your practice and your marketing.
As a Google+ coach and event producer, I normally charge for this training, but I’m so enthusiastic about the platform that I want to spend an hour with you – gratis – showing you how Hangouts work.
What you’ll get out of this Office Hours event:
- One-on-one advice on how to use Hangouts for your practice
- The opportunity to test your camera, sound and lighting
- Help getting set up, joining, and participating in a Hangout
- An overview of the tools within Google Hangouts
- A demonstration of the collaboration possibilities Hangouts provide
Important: To sign up, fill out the form on Jurispage Blog and we will send you instructions on how to join our Office Hours Hangout.
We hope to see you there.
B.L. is CEO of Maximum-Plus.com – Events & Training for Google+ Success, serving leading brands, associations and agencies. As a digital strategist, GooglePlus Helpouts coach, YouTube Channel Creator, President of whatsnextonline.com, and publisher of What’s Next Blog, she’s been helping blue chip companies incorporate new media into their marketing mix since 1996. B.L. contributes to Ad Age Digital Next, Social Media Today and others and has spoken at more than 25 marketing conferences. Follow B.L. on Google+ or Twitter.