Inhouse Counsel: 4 Ways to Use Twitter


Practical Advice on How Inhouse Counsel can Make the Most of Twitter

It's pretty easy to get lost on Twitter. After all, your tweets are floating in a sea of millions. How will yours be seen? Or, better yet, how will your tweets be seen by the RIGHT audience?

Inhouse counsel, in particular, face this sort of problem and many choose to leave Twitter altogether. But, be this as it may, there is VALUE in Twitter for inhouse counsel - if it's used correctly.

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