Twitter Etiquette: Play Nice, Make Money (Roll Call)

We are in our fourth week of the Weekly Voir Dire Conference Call series.  We have discussed (1) How to make a great first impression online, (2) How to convince your law firm of the need for social media (3) Which Social Media sites to use, and this week we will be be showing you how to make Twitter work for you in the call, “Twitter Etiquette: Play Nice, Make Money.”  We will also have Julio Varela (@julito77) as a special guest.  Please join us for this call Friday morning at 10:00 AM EST.  CLICK HERE TO RECEIVE THE CALL IN INFORMATION


1.  Please email me with your specific questions pertaining to social media, and I WILL answer them on the call. <a href=””></a>

2.  The biggest complaint I have received from the call is that people want more opportunities to get to know other individuals also on the call, so please leave as a COMMENT to this post your:

a. Name
b. Area of law you practice/ or business you are in.
c. Twitter Id

So mine would look like this:

Adrian Dayton, esq
Professional Twitter Guy

This way people on the call can get to know each other.  If you don’t want to add your info, feel free to lurk anonymously on the calls. :)  Look forward to having you on the call!


5 Responses to “Twitter Etiquette: Play Nice, Make Money (Roll Call)”

  1. Nancy Myrland, Myrland Marketing, Inc.

    Professional Marketing Advisor: I help lawyers and law firms grow by developing and accelerating relationships with their clients through the wise use of Traditional Marketing and Social Media.

  2. This is me and I can’t wait until tomorrow at 10am EST. I am

    Julio Ricardo Varela
    CEO, v5 LLC
    President, Publish

  3. Susan Dayton says:

    Learning tons! Thanks

  4. Once again I was on the phone at 7:00 a.m. in San Diego anticipating another great phone conversation with Adrian. This week the “famous” Julito was on the call. I have been following Julito for the last 2 months and believe we are friends somehow even though we have never met. It was exciting to get to hear his voice and have a conversation. Adrian is a great communicator and facilitator. These calls have a tremendous value. I feel lucky to be on the west coast. It would be rare I would have to work or be somewhere at 7:00 a.m.

    Good job, Adrian, and thank you. I have done three social media presentations at my clients’ law firms so far. My goal is 30 by January 1. Twitter is where I have gotten the education and content for my presentations. My clients are spellbound with what is going on out there with SM. I am able to market my court reporting firm indirectly by helping my clients get more business. I am extremely grateful. I give you and those I follow props.


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