If you are writing a blog post about some other commentator is wrong, eventually you will come to a choice. You will have to decide whether to quote the person or link to their article. Here are some things to think about when deciding whether to quote someone you disagree with.
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Month: August 2016
Whether you are rewriting your website, drafting your next blog, or posting on social media, choosing the right pronouns can be surprisingly complicated. Deciding whether to use “I” “we” or “they” can set the tone for all kinds of brand decisions. But which one is best for you may not be as clear as you […]
Are you using effective Frequently Asked Questions to drive potential customers from your website to your door? Choosing the Right FAQs for your law firm website can demonstrate expertise and attract a well-focused customer base.
If you follow social media, you have probably seen, and maybe even used hashtags. These markers for social engagement can help unite causal browsers, concert goers, and causes around one simple phrase. But have you ever considered using a hashtag to help your business?
Whether you are a small business owner, manager, attorney, or anyone else with a public persona, it can be hard to draw a line between professional time and personal space. Nowhere is that more true than online. So how do you decide where your professional stage ends? Is it ever okay to be “off camera” […]