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The insurance industry, like the rest of the wired world, is abuzz about social media, and IASA is no exception. During IASA 2012, attendees can stay connected via IASA’s Twitter feed, posts to the conference Facebook page, and updates to the IASA LinkedIn group.

“One of our goals is to educate the insurance industry and our members, so we will be using social media to provide a lot of information to keep people up to speed about what’s going on at the moment,” says Justin Silver, IASA’s social media subcommittee chair. “We will be teeing up new content automatically throughout the conference, using tools to provide updates to schedules and other important details in real time.”

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