How to Find Time for Social Media Engagement and Be a Lawyer, Too (Pt.1)


Social Media has many parts, and is a topic entirely too big to capture in one blog post. So this will be a series of posts regarding social media engagement, and how it can promote your firm. DISCLAIMER: I am not a marketing professional, and don’t intend to offer a professional marketing strategy here. This is a discussion of how to integrate social media into your work life, and to understand the value, both personally and professionally, of this new level of engagement that creates promotion for you and your firm.

I’m going to start with blogging, because I believe it is the cornerstone of social media engagement. In the legal community, there are several kinds of bloggers: those who blog as a publishing vehicle, those who blog for marketing purposes, and those who blend the two together. All are useful, and appeal to different audiences. But the one thing they have in common is they all take time.

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