Plastic Surgeons Flock to Twitter for The Aesthetic Meeting 2017
The American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery just held its highly regarded "The Aesthetic Meeting 2017" in San Diego, CA.
ASAPS members took to Twitter to share their experiences. Whether you were in attendance or not, these posts provide insight and can help you make connections with influential peers and mentors.
We gathered some of the top tweets from the event and embedded them here, making it easy for you to quickly engage with ASAPS power players. Simply like, share, comment, or follow to make an impression. You can do it right now from this very page! Click any of the tweets below to engage (Twitter account required, here's how to set one up).
Honoring the Past
ASAPS celebrated a significant milestone: 50 years of aesthetics! The importance of this accomplishment flowed naturally through many sessions. These posts help you honor the past from an ASAPS perspective:
Looking to the Future
In true ASAPS form, there was a keen focus on the future of aesthetics. Specifically, the group welcomed its new president... a post that you MUST like (click that heart icon)!
Sharing Clinical Insights
When you bring this many ASAPS members together, idea-sharing is off the charts! Here are some tidbits from clinical sessions:
Next Generation Marketing
It's impossible to search for plastic surgery information on Twitter and NOT come across the ASAPS and their social media crew.
Hats off to Dr. Heather Furnas for her continued effort to bring more aesthetic surgeons into the Twitter fold. It is clear that ASAPS members are forging new marketing paths... and are sharing learnings with others. Here are two must-like tweets:
The Ball's in Your Court
Now that you've seen these top ASAPS posts, the next step is yours to take. Remember that liking, sharing, and/or commenting on posts alerts the creator to your action. This is a gentle way to build relationships with folks who are not in your current circle of influence.
Want to take your Twitter networking to another level? Check out this post How to Use Social Media for Plastic Surgery Industry Events.
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