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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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TweetMartindale-Hubbell Connected was recently honored with the Commendation of Excellence Award by the Society for New Communications Research as part of the 2009 SNCR Excellence in New Communications Awards. The Society honors “innovative organizations that are pioneering the use of social media, ICT, mobile media, online communities, and collaborative technologies in the areas of media, […]

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TweetPosted on behalf of the UK Martindale Team: History tells us that now is the best time for any law firm to prepare for the next economic boom, argues Brian Coventry. For law firm managing partners and marketing managers attending the recent “M-Club” seminars in Brussels and Madrid, Brian Coventry had a surprisingly up-beat message. […]

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TweetThe legendary UCLA coach John Wooden said “past success does not equate future success. We can only learn from the past, apply it to the present and plan for the future.” Martindale-Hubbell® Peer Review Ratings™ have long been the gold standard in the industry and with good reason – the ratings methodology is objective and […]

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TweetWe would like to invite you to join our webinar on Social Media Policy & Guidelines that we’ll be hosting on Thursday 23rd July at 12pm EST. Whether you are struggling, debating and deliberating of what should Social Media Policy & Guidelines should include, or if you have managed to successfully form, implement and follow […]

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TweetI am excited! Next week Connected is planned to kick off a ‘Social Media Policy & Guidelines’ week: webinars, guest blog posts, forum discussions, interviews and more, all focusing on what does policy and guidelines look like, what do they mean to your firm, your company and yourself, and what are best practices around online […]

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