It’s something we all want–getting to know the people reading our content. It reminds me of the infamous song, Getting to know you.
I first heard about Michigan State University College of Law’s Center for Legal Innovation (LegalRnD) while back at Michigan State for a two day blog and social media workshop last month.
I think we’re just about there—where nearly every single blog we do is responsive-designed.
When looking for a doctor for me personally or a family member I look for as much information as I can find to evaluate possible doctors.
Despite the attraction of web traffic, lawyers and law firms ought to focus on something much more worthwhile, getting their content shared by establishing trust.
Scott Greenfield picked up on an interesting dilemma we’re in with social media controlling the flow of our news and information.
This from Ev Williams (@ev), co-founder of Twitter, speaking about the future social publishing at the McCloskey Speaker Series in Aspen.