There aren’t many people who choose to send New Year’s Eve alone. That’s because the holidays are social events – times to connect with family and friends and strengthen old bonds. So why do so many businesses treat social media networks so much differently? Far too many business owners treat their follows on social media […]
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Month: December 2014
You blog regularly. You publish on a set schedule designed to reach your target audience. And now that schedule is telling you to post on Christmas. What do you do? Let’s face it, very few people will be scrolling through their RSS or social media feeds on Christmas or New Year’s morning, looking for a […]
A lot of lawyers and other professionals don’t give much thought to color when it comes to their branding. They are more concerned with professional look and ethical obligations. But the color of your brand can say a lot about you.
When law blogging was new, a lot of lawyers were afraid that they could lose their licenses if they posted the wrong thing online. The plethora of well-maintained blogs have set those fears to rest for the most part. But once in a while a story comes up that reignites the panic. This time, an […]
When is the last time you took a close look at your own website? For many small firm lawyers, reviewing their web marketing is no where near the top of the priority list. But if your website has been the same for the last 3 years or more, it may be time for a website […]