It’s that time of the year where the Shorty Awards honor the "best people and organizations on Twitter and social media." Throughout the month of January, people can nominate Tweeters in official categories and "crowd-sourced categories."
I am seeking votes for the #law category. For those of you who follow this blog or interact with me on Twitter, you know that I am a lawyer who believes in the power of communicating via the social media of blogs, Facebook and Twitter.
Last year I tied for first place in #law and then did the chivalrous thing and voted for my opponent, a lawyer in England, to break the tie.
To vote for me this year, click on this link and you will see a proposed tweet that says: "I nominate @CruiseLaw for a Shorty Award in #law because . . ." You have to give a reason after "because . . ." It can be a serious reason (if you have one) or a silly one (like because he asked me). But you have to give a reason or the vote will not count.
You can also vote simply by going to Twitter and tweeting "I nominate @CruiseLaw for a Shorty Award in #law because . . ." (and then give a reason).
Nominate James (Jim) Walker for in #law in the Shorty Awards