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Should Your Law Firm Have a Formal Training Process for Social Media Engagement?
Posted on 15 Sep 2011 by Jayne Navarre

In a nonscientific reader poll conducted for SmartBrief on Social Media , leading marketers (of all types) were asked: Does your company have a formal training process for employees before they're allowed to blog, tweet or post other social... Read More

Facebook IPO | A Take-away Idea for Law Firm Strategy
Posted on 9 Feb 2012 by Jayne Navarre

Potential buyers got their first look at Facebook financials yesterday, which showed the company produced a $1 billion profit last year from $3.71 billion in revenues. The company derives 85% of those revenues from advertising, with the rest from social... Read More

How To Promote Your Law Blog (or any blog)
Posted on 3 Nov 2011 by Jayne Navarre

Now that your blog is "LIVE," you need to do some basic things to help others find you. Or give your established blog a little shove and see if traffic doesn't improve. Submit to Giant Search Engines Even though you've optimized... Read More

  • Blog Post: Should Your Law Firm Have a Formal Training Process for Social Media Engagement?

    In a nonscientific reader poll conducted for SmartBrief on Social Media , leading marketers (of all types) were asked: Does your company have a formal training process for employees before they're allowed to blog, tweet or post other social media content on behalf of the company? The responses...
  • Blog Post: How To Promote Your Law Blog (or any blog)

    Now that your blog is "LIVE," you need to do some basic things to help others find you. Or give your established blog a little shove and see if traffic doesn't improve. Submit to Giant Search Engines Even though you've optimized the general metadata on your blog, as well as...
  • Blog Post: Facebook IPO | A Take-away Idea for Law Firm Strategy

    Potential buyers got their first look at Facebook financials yesterday, which showed the company produced a $1 billion profit last year from $3.71 billion in revenues. The company derives 85% of those revenues from advertising, with the rest from social gaming and other fees. The initial public offering...