Legal Experts Doubt Twitter's Ability to Bring in Cash


Twitter has been around since 2006, but the site has exploded in the past year. As law firms struggle with how to keep up with the times and bring in new clients, the system offers a modern way to connect, but legal experts have their doubts as to whether it will actually yield results.

Twitter is one of many social networking or social media tools that law firms can use for business development and for maintaining contact with clients.

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