Your Checklist for Twitter Success

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Social-media tools are easy to use. Changing our old behaviors can prove more difficult. To help lawyers make tools like LinkedIn and Twitter work for them and their practices, I’ve put together checklists — daily steps you can take. Recently, we talked about LinkedIn, and this week we look at Twitter. • Follow to be Read the full article…

Sharing Online: It’s Not Just for Narcissists

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Lets face it, we have reached an-all time high in narcissism in the United States. Facebook and Twitter seem to fuel the fire, giving some users the impression the world cares what they ate for lunch. This behavior is ruining the online experience for many experienced users of social-media sites and scaring new users away Read the full article…

Here’s Your To-Do List for LinkedIn

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“I’m a creature of routine,” a successful law firm partner told me. “If I only had a list of things to do on LinkedIn, I know I could get those tasks completed on a daily basis. I just don’t know what to do.” OK. Here is that list of daily tasks: • Listen. Log in Read the full article…

Social Media (Not) for Zombies

Countless articles have been written about how professionals should strategically use social media to gain recognition and bring in business. But what about the completely mindless? You know—actual zombies. How would they use social media? Zombies don’t think. They lack high-level brain function, so if they post at all it’s in a purely mechanical way. Read the full article…

Social Sharing App Designed Exclusively for Attorneys to Launch at LMA Tech Conference West

ClearView Social to unveil beta test results, new features San Francisco, California (PRWEB) October 15, 2014 ClearView Social, an online social sharing application created by noted authority on social media for lawyers, Adrian Dayton, will officially launch at the Legal Marketing Technology Conference West in San Francisco on October 15. At the event, the company Read the full article…

LinkedIn Publishing: A Little Too Free?

Everyone can be a publisher with LinkedIn’s web platform. But is that a good thing? Blogs and self-publishing venues have opened up audiences to anybody with a ­computer and a dream. Many new and ­talented authors have attracted followings, but an unfortunate side effect is that more rubbish is being written than ever before. “Too Read the full article…

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