Social media is a great tool for keeping up with the news, friends and family, sometimes in the blink of an eye.
Despite the many benefits of this hyper connectivity, however, social media can also cause problems in the business world for those whose viewpoints may conflict with their clients, employees or colleagues. While there are a variety of these social media ethics violators, there are three types that all lawyers should know about and avoid emulating.
If you’re a small law firm looking to grow your business, you may have encountered the phrase “content marketing” while exploring your marketing options. You may be asking yourself, “What the heck is that?”
This blog post will explain some of the main concepts of content marketing and discuss how it can be a potent tool for solos and small law firms with limited marketing budgets.
I get lots of emails every day about content marketing – the particular brand of marketing I do for legal types such as yourself. Some of those emails are helpful, some are overly technical, and some make my head explode.
In the almost three decades I’ve been writing about or for lawyers, I have learned that women lawyers are every bit as good as their male counterparts – except when it comes to tooting their own horns.