Blogging, unlike writing an article, is all about going “out” where the people are to engage your audience.
American’s use of Facebook continues to grow — big time. Blogging lawyers not using Facebook to nurture relationships and build a word of mouth reputation may want to think again.
Blogging platform, Medium, founded by Twitter founders Ev Williams and Biz Stone, just announced series C funding of $57 million at a valuation of $600 million. That’s a big bet on Medium becoming a very popular blogging platform.
Speaking at Indiana University Law School Tuesday along with Dan Lear of Avvo, made clear the stark contrast between law schools when it comes to exposing students to the profession of law, and social media in particular.
Here’s an exercise for you: Think about the last time you read a news article, a blog post, or checked your Facebook profile.
Goals are an important part of blogging. They help keep you focused and remind you why you wanted to start blogging in the first place.
Avvo’s “Lawyernomics,” premiere legal marketing conference is back for the seventh year this week at the Wynn Las Vegas.
I had the pleasure of exchanging emails with Joe Forward, a reporter with Wisconsin Lawyer, the State Bar of Wisconsin’s monthly magazine, on an annual article he is writing on Wisconsin law blogs.
Facebook Live could play a big role in law firm video — sooner than later.
I am on an America Bar Association (ABA) panel about social media next week. Three of the four other panelists do not use social media. No blogging, Twitter or Facebook.