Twitter’s been a game changer in lawyer networking, branding, and client development. But that doesn’t mean lawyers using Twitter can forgo a blog. You still need a blog.

Here’s seven reasons:

  1. Twitter, despite a meteoric rise in popularity (mirroring blog growth of 4 or 5 years ago) is not used by enough people. As a

Lextweet lawyers using twitterLextweet is a new website developed by LexBlog showcasing members of the legal community who are using Twitter as well as what they are tweeting.

Lextweet community members include lawyers as well as other professionals serving our legal profession. I have learned equally from marketing professionals, publishers, service providers, law students, and other professionals as

Take a minute to watch a very brief video of Seth Godin sitting down with Tom Peters to discuss blogging.

Peters, a best selling author on business management practices who began his blogging in August ’04, tells Godin ‘no single thing in the last 15 yrs professionally has been more important to his life than

Bill Pollak, CEO of Incisive Media North America (parent to American Lawyer Media), and I have been exchanging thoughts on Twitter the last couple days about journalists leaving main stream media (MSM) to go solo. The discussion was precipitated by my views that legal publishing, like we’ve seen with newspapers, is going to see