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TweetLawyers use social media. A few years ago, we couldn’t really say that. The profession lagged behind businesses when it came to adopting this new technology and worried about the risks inherent in its use. While the risks have not disappeared, they have become more defined, and with that awareness, law firms are moving into […]

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TweetI recently told you martindale.com Connected boasts nearly 13,000 blogs. Well, here’s another number for you to mull over. As I write this post, our community also features nearly 900 groups. Some of my favorites include the Thought Leadership for Lawyers Group, the Corporate Lawyer Network Group, the Intellectual Property Group, and the Emerging Issues […]

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TweetAs any of our nearly 44,000 members will tell you, one of the best features found inside martindale.com Connected is the embarrassment of riches the community offers when it concerns accessing the knowledge, insight and expertise of our members. In fact, as I write this post, Connected members have contributed nearly 13,000 blog posts to […]

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TweetLaw firms can produce tons of great content only to have it hide on their law firm website.  One of the quickest ways to expose this content is to syndicate it on other websites.  Martindale.com Connected provides an easy way to syndicate your law firm and blog content, attach your firm’s name to the trusted […]

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TweetThis isn’t another “lawyers should use social media” post.  You’ve read a bunch of those, and frankly, I’m tired of writing them.  If you don’t want to use new technology and networking tools to do old tasks faster and more efficiently, I understand.  Making changes can be hard.  There’s a learning curve and then the […]

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TweetRory Webber, Martindale-Hubbell Connected’s Marketing & Community Development Manager interviews legal journalist and MH Connected member, Richard Parnham. In today’s difficult economy, many law firms are focusing on how to survive over the next few months. But good times will – hopefully – one day return. So I decided to invite legal journalist Richard Parnham to […]

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TweetWe currently have over 700 groups and counting on Martindale-Hubbell Connected.  Each of these groups is a mini-community  unto itself, and as community manager I often get questions on how to create member engagement in these groups.  Usually a group owner will see members join, but then no one says anything.  This post provides you […]

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TweetA Martindale-Hubbell Connected event from May 3 – 15 will support the publishing of a unique global benchmarking survey, which includes responses from the largest number of legal department participants in a survey of its kind. A summary of this unique research will be held exclusively in MH Connected.  The research has been produced by General […]

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TweetNo matter when it started, ‘social media’ (e.g. blogs, Twitter, wikis and social networks) has arrived and it’s definitely here to stay. If you don’t know a blog from a bullfrog, you’ve probably had the feeling that you should get to know pretty quickly. You may not want to be an expert, but you’d at […]

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Tweet Image by Matt Hamm via Flickr In the past few months we here at Martindale have been focusing  on delivering more targeted and useful webinars to our audience to develop a conversation around how to benefit from social media.  Last month saw ‘Social Media Policy’ webinar (with James Wong, Howard Greenstein and Melanie Green), […]

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