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Fear of Facebook? You decide.
Posted on 7 Apr 2010 by Jayne Navarre

"Should I be on Facebook?" That is the first question lawyers often ask me these days. Followed by: "Should I trust Facebook?" and "Is Facebook really worth my time for business development?" My answer is an enthusiastic... Read More

Fear of Facebook Part III: Fan Pages for Law Firms?
Posted on 7 Apr 2010 by Jayne Navarre

"There's a lot of business done in country clubs, but you'll never see a company open a booth in the club's dining room. Instead, individual business people network quietly there, blending into the scene and using the social atmosphere... Read More

Fear of Facebook: Part II: How to use Facebook privacy settings
Posted on 7 Apr 2010 by Jayne Navarre

Facebook estimates that only 20% of its members take advantage of the privacy features. As a business professional using Facebook , privacy settings allow you to manage your network so you can speak discreetly to certain Friends, like co-workers or family... Read More

The keys to new business in a changing economy (Part 1 of 2)
Posted on 25 Feb 2010 by Jim Hassett

When the economy changes, lawyers must change too. New client demands and new levels of competition are requiring lawyers to rethink the way they develop business. When I wrote the book Legal Business Development: A Step by Step Guide a few years ago... Read More

  • Blog Post: The keys to new business in a changing economy (Part 1 of 2)

    When the economy changes, lawyers must change too. New client demands and new levels of competition are requiring lawyers to rethink the way they develop business. When I wrote the book Legal Business Development: A Step by Step Guide a few years ago, I outlined the steps each lawyer should take to find...
  • Blog Post: Fear of Facebook? You decide.

    "Should I be on Facebook?" That is the first question lawyers often ask me these days. Followed by: "Should I trust Facebook?" and "Is Facebook really worth my time for business development?" My answer is an enthusiastic YES! but..... .....only in the hands of a conscientious...
  • Blog Post: Fear of Facebook: Part II: How to use Facebook privacy settings

    Facebook estimates that only 20% of its members take advantage of the privacy features. As a business professional using Facebook , privacy settings allow you to manage your network so you can speak discreetly to certain Friends, like co-workers or family members, as opposed to other "Friends"...
  • Blog Post: Fear of Facebook Part III: Fan Pages for Law Firms?

    "There's a lot of business done in country clubs, but you'll never see a company open a booth in the club's dining room. Instead, individual business people network quietly there, blending into the scene and using the social atmosphere to their advantage. That's how I feel about...