A Perspective on Lawyers and Social Media Marketing


I was researching material for this post, which was originally on an entirely different matter, when I came across a blog that stopped me in my tracks. It was both misleading and mean-spirited, not something you see often in the spirit of providing useful information. And so, running the risk that I will get on this blogger’s radar (where I certainly don’t want to be), I decided to switch gears and talk about a subject that comes up now and then in conversation about lawyers-turned-social-media-marketing-consultants. And the subject is this: why would a lawyer give up his/her practice to become a “snake-oil salesman”?

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