Law Firm Marketing & Social Media: Should Attorneys Tweet?

Social media is trending upwards faster than ever. Facebook just announced they now have 500 million registered users!  By way of comparison, the estimated population of the USA is 309 million.  And Twitter usage has more than doubled in the past year, from 44 million to 92 million worldwide.

Attorneys and law firms should consider using social media, but keep it in its place. In other words, be sure you are focusing on the major parts of your marketing first like generating referrals from current and former clients, seeking referrals from other professionals (attorneys and non-legal professionals), networking, getting your website up, blogging, THEN using social media.

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