10 Things Lawyers Can Do Today In Web 2.0


In this economy, your personal and business networks – and your reputation – are more important than ever. And there is no better, and far more efficient, way to build yours and your firm’s online profile than via the Web. And yet, an ABA Legal Technology Survey Report, released in September 2008, found that lawyers are still not using the Internet to market themselves.

Only 2% of all lawyers in this country maintain professional blogs. 8% of law firms maintain firm blogs. And, while 15% of lawyers have joined social networks like Facebook and LinkedIn, only 4% of firms are using them to their best advantage.

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