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  • Getting Linked In: The Lawful Way To A Bigger Client Base

    As a lawyer, or a law firm, the lure of the Web 2.0 medium as a means of expanding your business is too tempting to resist. Web 2.0 consists of social media and networking sites and platforms such as Facebook, LinkedIn, MySpace, Ryze, Xing, and many more.

  • How to Use Network and Lawyer Ratings Logos on Your Web Site

    Firms should be selective about displaying logos of networks and lawyer ratings services on their Web site Home page, a move some rating services and networks have recently started to encourage.

  • How to Use Network and Lawyer Ratings Logos on Your Web Site

    Firms should be selective about displaying logos of networks and lawyer ratings services on their Web site Home page, a move some rating services and networks have recently started to encourage.

  • Should Twitter Become A Standard Tool Among Lawyers?

    Lawyers and law firms should consider making Twitter one of the standard tools of the profession. Is Twitter mainstream among non-lawyers? Although Twitter has a long way to go to catch up to Facebook, Twitter is being used more and more by non-lawyers and in popular culture.

  • Social Media Sites and Law Firm Marketing

    Overload has become the status quo. Lawyers and marketers rarely feel they have enough hours in the day to both meet all client needs and stay abreast of potential business opportunities. Could the extremely publicized phenomenon of social marketing such as LinkedIn, MySpace, Facebook and Avvo be a panacea?

  • Social Networks Now More Popular than Email

    You heard that right...no matter how much time we sink into our inbox trying to keep up with all that barrage of never-ending mail, a new report by The Nielsen Company reports that Social networks and blogs are now the fourth most popular online activity today.

  • Social Promotion

    Social network sites work for you, but only if you work at them.

  • Using the Web to Network

    In a given day, a lawyer can keep in touch with her biggest client, her college daughter, and her best friend without leaving the office, sending an e-mail, or picking up the phone. The world of networking has expanded dramatically as lawyers connect with their colleagues, friends and clients via online social networking sites, such as Facebook, LinkedIn, and Legal OnRamp.

  • Using Trade Organizations to Network: Three Things You Should Know

    Time is one commodity few lawyers have in abundance. As such, careful consideration must be taken when selecting a trade organization to help grow your network. Read more to learn the three questions you should ask before sending in your membership dues.