If you’re reading this blog, you probably already agree that lawyers (and other business professionals) need websites to compete in today’s market. I probably don’t need to convince you that your website will drive clients to you or that you need to be visible online. But if you were an early adopter to the lawyer-website […]
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Month: October 2014
Lawyers and other highly trained professionals are in danger. They don’t know how talk to their clients, and so in the world of social media they risk losing followers by talking over their heads. So how can you fight the disease of legalese? Here are some tips: Drop the Dictionary Every lawyer has developed an […]
Genre fiction, serial romances, and murder mysteries for every letter of the alphabet have been dominating the American writing scene for years. Now one Nobel Prize official says that our introspective view of writing may be stunting our creativity.
If you are new to Twitter, you’re probably wondering why everyone keeps putting number signs in front of everything. It’s even made its way on to Facebook now. So what are these pound signs all about? In the social media world, this symbol # is called the hashtag. The easiest way to think about it […]