From the monthly archives:

April 2009

Tweet* a series of posts featuring big and small Connected tools to help Connected members manage their profile, network, and community more easily  * Privacy is a BIG issue. We hear from many of our members that they are concerned about the privacy of their profile information, and would like to have a set of […]

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TweetThose of you who know me know I have one word integrated into every sentence I say in the past 6 months or so (other than ‘Connected’ ): it’s Twitter. I write, read and speak about it, praise it, discuss it. Many people from the legal industry who know me ask: Why do you keep […]

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TweetDoug Cornelius has raised an interesting point in his comment to my post about online profile (comment is in the Connected copy of the post): do you use one picture of yourself throughout all networks or are you expected/allowed to use diverse ones and update them on a frequent basis? Chris Brogan is known for […]

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TweetProfile pictures in social and professional networks always provoke much discussion and debate: why do you need them? Are they risky? Which should you use (formal? informal? Representative and abstract?) Why is having a profile picture so important? First and foremost, your profile picture stands for your online identity, of who you are. The basic […]

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TweetIn my last two posts I talked about How to Get Started with Twitter, and what to Tweet and what not to Tweet. As much as guidelines and tips are useful and valuable, there is nothing like actual live demo. I will be giving a webinar this Friday 17th April from 11am-12pm EST, to go […]

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How Do You Rate?

by Carlton Dyce on April 17, 2009 · 0 comments

in Ratings

TweetConsumers have a long history of consulting various ratings sources to obtain an objective evaluation of a product before making a purchase. The Internet has facilitated access to these evaluation tools and helped popularize their use in guiding purchase decisions for everything from consumer products to professional services. The emergence of these new tools is […]

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TweetAs our great team of guest bloggers articulated recently, online networking is a growing trend in the legal profession with lots of issues and aspects to consider. Today, the Chicago Tribune ran a story about why lawyers are turning to online networking. Martindale-Hubbell CEO Ralph Calistri and I spoke to the reporter last month about […]

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TweetYesterday I blogged about the 3 steps to take to Get Started with Twitter: Create an Account, Download TweetDeck and Follow Keywords and People. Talking to different people I found out these three steps are the easy part – it’s the next step, of starting to Tweet that are more difficult and even scary: what […]

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TweetLast week I had the pleasure of attending both the Counsel to Counsel Summit organized by Martindale-Hubbell in Washington, DC as well as the 23rd Annual LMA Conference in nearby National Harbor. You can go to our Flickr Photostream to see pictures from the LMA event. One of the things I enjoy most about going […]

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TweetIn past couple of months Twitter was praised as the site with most rapid growth rate by Nielsen and Alexa. Everybody is talking about it and the conversation varies from what an amazing tool this is to why should we bother wasting out breath on it. Whether you tend to agree with the former or […]

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