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Why Facebook is Still a Major Social Powerhouse

In October 2011, Facebook reached more than half of the world’s global audience (55%) and accounted for approximately 3 in every 4 minutes spent on social networking sites.

Social Media at the Law Firm – Embrace it or Ban it?

While there is value in connecting with people throughout the day on social networks, some businesses fear their employees will waste time or reveal information that could damage a client relationship.

Join a Tweetup – and Boost Your Legal Marketing and Networking

Legal tweetups on Twitter are a great way to build your online social networking profile.

Will Facemail be a Fiasco for Inhouse Counsel?

Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg has unveiled, what he calls, a “modern messaging system” that will be so big, it will replace e-mail altogether.

Use Social Media to Interact with Clients

Social media are a lot more than just status updates and virtual games. They’re a MARKETING TOOL!
If your firm doesn’t have a social networking presence yet, here’s some advice for connecting to your market.

Protect Your BRAND Online

Your personal brand is crucial to your professional success! Here are five ways to protect your image against brand damage.

Protect Your Privacy on Facebook

In an effort to keep up with the growing popularity – and openness – of Twitter, Facebook has made a series of major changes regarding the nature of its users’ privacy settings.

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