Social Media Success in 5 Minutes a Day

07.13.2017

Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Google+, personal blogs—the list of social media platforms grows more expansive by the day. As important as these networks are to legal practices, few attorneys feel like they have sufficient time to maintain their pages, especially since success seems to demand hours of daily attention. Many lawyers who relish the opportunity to […]

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Page or Profile? How to Represent Your Practice on Facebook

07.05.2017

You’ve decided your firm needs a presence on Facebook. Now you’re faced with another decision – Do you set up a page or a profile? If you’re struggling with this question, you’re not alone. Many firms starting out on social media don’t grasp the difference between the two.  What’s the Difference? Facebook offers two ways for […]

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Setting a Social Media Strategy

06.27.2017

According to a study conducted by the Pew Research Center in 2016, approximately 69% of Americans use some form of social media. The widespread use of social media today makes it an ideal platform to expand your law practice and recruit new clients. However, the growth of social media users has also meant growth in […]

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How Social Media Can Tarnish Your Law Firm’s Brand

05.17.2017

Social media provides great opportunities to boost your law firm’s brand and establish your reputation online — when it’s used correctly. While tweeting at 3 a.m. is already seen as a less-than-advantageous way of getting your message out, what hurts your brand most is relaying incorrect or inaccurate information about your firm, not optimizing your […]

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Keep It Simple: Your Law Blog Should Be on Your Firm’s Domain

12.15.2016

A common question we receive from attorneys who are just getting started with their blogging efforts is whether they should host the blog on the firm’s domain or on a separate domain. For example, imagine there’s a Cincinnati-based law firm called Thomas & Jones Law, and the firm’s website URL is www.thomasjonescincy.com. The attorneys may […]

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