54 Search Results for "social media"

August 31, 2010 at 10:28 pm

Social Media for Lawyers, and Real People

...of 200 “classic” books at no extra charge), and near “instant on”. Back to Social Media; I think LOTS of time is going to be wasted with social media. And, on the “social” side, your family and friends tend to “intrude” into your life during the day with posts of the grandkids, their favorite sunset photos, their causes, political beliefs, religious and inspirational messages, etc. And, if you get “into” Facebook or something similar, only half of...

March 14, 2011 at 12:23 am

Social Media Warnings, Family Law Parties

...because your case can be grievously damaged, or helped, by the content of social media postings. Do not hand the other side ammunition to damage your reputation or challenge your fitness as a parent, or overlook his/her gifts to us. No, I have not forgotten that our “opponent” is your child’s parent. We hope to negotiate a fair settlement, but we KEEP OUR GUARD UP! 2. The decision of how you conduct yourself in e-mail, texting, Facebook, Twitter,...

December 23, 2014 at 1:31 pm

Social Media Annual Review – Marketing for the Small Firm Lawyer

...keting: http://www.dottotech.com My son John likes Michael Seltzer and The Social Media Examiner, especially for the amount of free and useful content: http://www.socialmediaexaminer.com . Here is a recent podcast from Social Media Examiner: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/social-media-marketing-podcast/id549899114?mt=2 A good source for online courses on subjects tech is Udemy: http://udemy.com My favorite source for tech training has been th...

October 1, 2010 at 7:57 pm

Social Media, the Internet, Texting, and E-Mail

...ed in its entirety. The vast majority of family/divorce/custody cases have social media content as evidence. People have and will lose their cases, their money, and their children, by allowing inflammatory or dangerous information about themselves to be posted. People are going to be on the Internet, but, just like in the jungle or the swamp, they must be well prepared if they are to be protected.) 1.This memo cannot touch the power and complexity...

August 3, 2014 at 9:28 pm

Adventures in Social Media Marketing – The Mystery of The #Hashtag

My new website: www.hunterlawfirm.net This will be a short post to “WV Lawyer – Tips and Techniques” for small firm lawyers and small businesses who are addressing the challenge of creating a marketing plan that includes something besides The Yellow Pages. Note I did NOT say, “instead of The Yellow Pages”. I doubled my Yellow Pages budget this year after cutting back, to my detriment, in order to be able to afford nearly $1400/mo. for my Findlaw...

September 24, 2015 at 5:43 pm

Suggestions for Operating and Marketing A Small Firm Efficiently and on a Budget

...presence with a combination of a website, paid services, print media, and social media. We recently added a button to my website linked to “Our Reviews” and are working hard to demote “Jaynajane’s” assessment of me: “Incompetent at Best – This guy is an overpriced arrogant jerk.” I will discussing how to establish your brand and promote and protect your reputation online. My articles reflect my personality and my interests. I try to provide value...

August 22, 2014 at 9:52 pm

MORE ON SOCIAL MEDIA REVIEWS OF LAWYERS

  Two of my recent posts, “Lawyer Ratings”, and “A Personal View of Finding the Right Lawyer”, have led directly to this post. Anyone viewing my pages on the rating service websites will note an uptick in reviews, and that they are all positive. They include,www.AVVO.com, www.Superpages.com, Google+, www.MerchantCircle.com, and http://www.lawyerratingz.com. This is not a coincidence, but it is not sinister either. I have been getting good advice...

January 17, 2018 at 12:30 pm

Why Make Daily Posts to Social Media?

Quick note to friends and family on FB. I like to post family, pets, scenery, and food, as do many Facebookers. I think I have good examples of all three. I like to post on politics, religion, philosophy, and what I’ve learned in the practice of law, and try to make sure I post from a foundation of serious thinking, reading, and watching, with a goal of reaching some common ground, and even consensus. But, I also post professionally, for three or...

August 23, 2016 at 2:47 am

Future of the Law 2016

...nother guy with an income tax practice, and a guy who says he will not use social media because he represents defendants in “white collar crime”, and athough, “They aren’t really dangerous, I wouldn’t want them knowing where I live”. Does he REALLY think they don’t know? Perhaps he needs to upgrade his home security system. I was once told by the county prosecutor that it is the busy divorce lawyers who should worry, and we’re the ones who need to...

May 17, 2012 at 7:04 pm

How I Got My Score Over 50 on Klout.com; Bird by Bird

...In. I am in the ABA small firms group and several divorce, small firm, and social media marketing groups. c.       Post things to Linked In. I answered a question for a young lawyer in the mid-west on how to get started, as he had just “hung out his shingle”. I sent him a link to the PDF version of my book at no charge. I posted my views on whether you should become FB and Linked In friends with competitors. My suggestion; absolutely. d.       I a...