The new Lithium tech blog is here, along with the improved Lithium Developer Network! Also this week at LiNC, customers are showcasing how they have customized and extended the platform during the Dev Track sessions, and Acceleration delivers a SiteCatalyst integration for Lithium communities.
Lithium launches the Social Strategy Consulting Group to help our customers develop their roadmap for success using the Lithium platform. We have already started several projects with some of our customers and are talking to many more about developing their own social strategy roadmap and action plan.
As you know, this is the week of LiNC, Lithium’s annual customer conference. Whether you’re attending live -- or just following along from home or office -- here’s a list of online and mobile sources to help you get the most from LiNC.
Happy Friday Lithosphere! Thanks to your participation, there's been a great uptick in activity across the community over the past month; Give yourself a kudo, and join me in congratulating our Top Contributors in March!
For those of you who've wanted to certify, but haven't had the opportunity, we're running another session at LiNC this year. Two weeks from tomorrow, we'll be onsite with our biggest session ever. There's still time to register; you'll want plenty of time to do the on-demand component before the live session, so as they say on late-night tv: don't delay, register today!
Update 4/16/13: One week out, we're 90% full, Looks like we'll have another great session!
If you're looking for practical tips, best practices and a head start on building a solid social media plan then get ready for the Lithium Social Customer Strategy workshop at LiNC. The first time offered at LiNC, this workshop will help you get started.
It's 2013, and we've been talking about social media as it relates to business for almost 10 years. So, you'll understand my slack-jawed response when I heard yet another social media "expert" proclaim, "You can't really measure social, so ROI can't be precisely determined." Never mind where or who said it. It is simply wrong. As a discipline, we can adopt a higher standard. It's time to Get Serious.