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Six reasons why lawyers need to be using Twitter

Alastair Otter, a twenty year media veteran and now head of Media Hack, a media training and consulting business, shared seven reasons why editors ought to be on Twitter. I thought many of his reasons reasons were spot on for lawyers. I’m tired of lawyers saying they don’t have time for Twitter and that’s there… Continue Reading

"Twitter for Professionals" — webinar recording now available

Thanks to all who attended "Twitter for Professionals" yesterday morning (or afternoon, for the East Coast folks). LexBlog CEO Kevin O’Keefe shared the strategies he follows when using Twitter for professional and business development. Kevin started off with a simple question: why should you consider using Twitter?  Twitter is a way to "instantly connect with… Continue Reading

Twitter for Client Development: recording and mindmap now available

We saw another great turnout for this month’s client webinar, with 200 attendees. There was a lot of information packed into this one on the Value of Twitter for Client Development, so check out the recording here and on our Support site, and download the mindmap by clicking on the image above. If you had… Continue Reading

Real time search comes to Google : Twitter results displayed

Real time search came to Google yesterday. Twitter results are now streamed into the top of search results pages so that you can see what people are saying about the subject searched in real time. Lawyers should not view this as gimmick. Imagine being able to get lawyers’ and business peoples’ reactions to cases, news,… Continue Reading

Legal Rebels webinar on Twitter – recording and mindmap

Thanks to all of you who attended today’s webinar, Why Twitter Matters to Lawyers, part of the ABA Journal‘s Legal Rebels’ 24 Hours of Rebels. We had a great turnout of close to 500 attendees. You can download the above mindmap that Kevin used in his presentation. You can also view a previously recorded webinar… Continue Reading

Twitter and machines that follow you

90 per cent of the people (things) who begin to follow me each day on Twitter are machine generated. These things are not included in my current followers as these things stop following me when I don’t follow them back. Let me explain. Each day I go into my email to see 50 or 60… Continue Reading