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TweetIn today’s economy, smaller firms and solo practitioners are challenged like never before to find and win new clients – typically individuals or small businesses. While things like reputation, track record and word of mouth are still crucial to that effort, it is becoming increasingly important for firms to have a compelling online presence and […]

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TweetMeet Teresa Carpenter. As the former regional marketing manager  for powerhouse firm Baker & Mckenzie, Teresa is now the Senior Brand Marketing Manager for Martindale-Hubbell Large Law. She comes from the windy city of Chicago, a place she calls “the best city in the world” and she should know; Teresa has lived in 10-other US cities. She’s had quite a journey, which […]

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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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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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TweetLast weekend @econwriter5 tweeted some great links to a few articles about online personality, brand personality online, and online identity that reflect the current hot online conversation: how do you shape your online presence and personality? how much of the mix is professional related and how much of it is personal? how much of each […]

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TweetSo you have only started setting up your profile… and now all these questions bubble up: What photo should you use (if any at all!)? How about contact details? How do you present yourself in a way that not only benefits you, but protects you as well? If you have already set up your profile […]

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TweetFor corporate counsel, the process of evaluating and hiring an outside law firm can cost a great deal of time and resources. Recently, this process has become even more demanding. Employers are challenging their in-house counsel to seek better performance and lower expenses from their law firms and review them more often. Corporate counsel are […]

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TweetWho are those that use Social Media for Business? Jeremiah Owyang divides users of social media for business purposes into 6 groups: * Creators – they have blogs, twitter, they are on every single network. * Critics – * Collectors – get all feeds and organize them * Joiners – network is how I get […]

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Tweet“At the end of the day, we believe it’s good for all of our sellers to make sure we are protecting the consumer experience first,” Mr. Bezos said.  “Our first and foremost goal is to earn trust with consumers.  If there are no consumers buying, nothing else matters.”  Mr. Bezos of course is Jeff Bezos, […]

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