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We’ve assembled the top marketing articles from the past 12 months of Attorney at Work—the ones readers told us helped them most, and the ones that generated the most “clicks”—into a handy downloadable guide to help get you rolling on your plans ...The Editors - December 27, 2011
As many of my email correspondents are aware, my personal Gmail account was recently hacked. I still have no idea how this happened. I am not in the habit of clicking on email attachments or browsing strange websites, and I use an extremely ...Vivian Manning - November 30, 2011
LinkedIn is reportedly the most popular business social networking site used by lawyers. A recent BTI Consulting report shows that nearly 70 percent of corporate counsel use LinkedIn, and that 38 percent of them rely on LinkedIn for activities ...Kristina Jaramillo - November 1, 2011
It’s 3 a.m. on a wet Sunday morning and Micheal O’Shea is a worried man. Fifteen minutes ago he was breathalyzed by the road traffic police on the drive home from his sister’s 40th birthday party and, well, he might have had one or two too many. ...Terry Gorry - October 27, 2011
So how do you stay visible on the web and offer good content to your social networks? I've begun experimenting with "curating"—a form of social news aggregation—to create The LPS Reader, a newsletter of my handpicked, top 10 favorite posts of ...Donna Seyle - October 11, 2011
Many lawyers use personal accounts on social media platforms to market themselves and their practices. But who else are you unknowingly marketing when you use social media? The addition of social ads default settings within two of the major ...Jared Correia - September 7, 2011
Your blog is worthless if it doesn’t engage your reader. That’s true whether you’re blogging to market, to educate or as a foray into public journaling. If you leave your reader cold after the first two sentences, you’re off their screen. (Are ...Donna Seyle - August 11, 2011