Twitter Nuts n Bolts 4 Lawyers: a How-To Guide for Law Firms

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Twitter Nuts n Bolts 4 Lawyers: A How-To Guide for Law Firms is a 10-step primer written especially for lawyers. In ten steps, attorneys and law firms can start using Twitter -- tweeting away, efficiently and effectively, in 15 minutes or less. That's right: 15 minutes.

Twitter Nuts & Bolts 4 Lawyers: a How-To Guide for Law Firms is a free, complimentary guide provided by Reba Kennedy, Esq., a professional writer and 20+yr AV-Preeminent rated attorney.

Why bother with Twitter? Leading law firms tweet. Jackson Walker, Fulbright, and Vinson & Elkins are but a few examples. Clients tweet. Ford Motor Company's @ScottMonty is a prime example of how corporate clients are using Twitter today.

Despite Twitter famed web explosion, a great many law firms have yet to start Tweeting. This short, practical guide helps them enter the Twitter world, fast and easy and free.

A short, user-friendly read, Twitter Nuts n Bolts 4 Lawyers: a How-To Guide for Law Firms, is only 12 pages, using actual webpage images as the reader proceeds through 10 Steps - from Joining Twitter (Step One) to Planning a Tweeting Strategy (Step Four) to Scheduling Tweets (Step Ten).

Unlike most Twitter publications available on the web and on the shelf, this alternative doesn't delve into complicated marketing or legal issues. Instead, it is meeting the need for a basic manual -- a starting guide -- that empowers attorneys with the core information (complete with visuals) they need to become active on Twitter.

Twitter Nuts n Bolts 4 Lawyers: A How-To Guide for Law Firms has been written by Reba Kennedy, Esq. and is provided at no charge.

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Published In: Firm Marketing Updates, Professional Practice Updates

DISCLAIMER: Because of the generality of this update, the information provided herein may not be applicable in all situations and should not be acted upon without specific legal advice based on particular situations.

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