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TweetA recent survey by ALM Legal Intelligence entitled “Fans, Followers and Connections: Social Media ROI for Law Firms” has disclosed that law firms are finally reaping dividends from their use of social media. Over 40% of the American law firms surveyed reported that participating in social networks and blogging led to new clients or business leads. About 180 law firm partners, marketers and administrators […]

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TweetFor all of us who use LinkedIn to expand our professional networks, there is a new kid on the block named BranchOut whose membership now numbers ten million registered users. BranchOut is a professional networking app built on Facebook which takes advantage of Facebook’s social network effect to reach hundreds of millions of users and, according […]

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Tweet If you are a law firm or a lawyer listed on martindale.com, you may often wonder “What can I do more to increase my rankings in search results and come up higher on the first page when someone searches at martindale.com?” We get so many questions every now and then with regards to this […]

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TweetA few days ago (on March 30, 2010) the New Jersey Supreme Court handed down a decision that is certain to have significant implications in social media policy circles. In Stengart v Loving Care Agency (2010 N.J. LEXIS 241), Plaintiff Stengart, in anticipation of a lawsuit against her employer, Loving Care Agency, sent several email […]

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TweetIf you have been following our @MHTweets account on Twitter, you have probably had a chance by now to hear about our monthly Connected events, where we host numerous experts on a specific topic, to discuss their subject matter of expertise, either via blogging, forum discussions or a webinar. If you have not heard or […]

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TweetMonica Bay moderated the second panel on first day of LegalTech 2010, focusing on one of the most fascinating topics currently: Social Media Policy. The three panelists discussed different aspects of social media policy which gave a nice well rounded view of the topic, and specifically, different ways to embrace it. The Cautious Side of […]

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TweetNext week LegalTech, one of the most exciting, awaited for conferences, is going to kick off in NY as Mike Mintz shared with you in the post from yesterday. I really enjoyed attending last year’s LegalTech and am eagerly waiting for it this year as well, and if you are planning to attend as well, […]

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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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TweetThis year we have seen amazing growth in Internet use by adults, with 45+ category gaining more and more attention and pulling more weight with web advertising and investment overall. Last week Danah Boyd posted about Facebook being for Old people, and more and more stats show how internet, and especially social media is being […]

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Tweet Social networking in the legal profession has been around for a long time. It just has become more social and more networking in recent decades with the advent of technologies such as the PC, e-mail and the Internet. To see the beginnings of legal social networking, one has to go back more than 100 […]

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