Podcasts (Audio & Video)

Lawyers and law firms are regularly asking about video. We did an entire panel discussion on the use of video in blogging at the Texas State Bar Annual Meeting last week.

Leave aside the question of the why and the how, no one raised the possibility that the smartphone is the primary vehicle for many

SoundCloud is a social media platform or more fittingly a social sound platform that makes it easy for anybody to be a sound creator and spread their recordings on the web. Like FaceBook, Twitter, and other social media outlets, SoundCloud has been around for a while, but bloggers are just starting to realize the benefits

law firm videoFollowing up on my last posts (here and here) questioning the value of law firm video, I’m concerned we may have let the crazies out when it comes to law firm video. Or maybe it’s just legal vendors preying on law firm marketing lemmings who love being ‘on the cutting edge with Web

That’s the word from Joe Campos, a Seattle lawyer, who walked through Hubbard One’s booth at the Legal Marketing Association Conference last week. Hubbard One, a law firm website development company for large law firms, was holding a contest asking for ideas and concepts about using video for law firm websites.

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law podcastsI’m getting a lot of questions from reporters, prospective clients, and new clients about podcasts. A few things come to my mind when you’re thinking about adding podcasts to your law blog.

I used to think a podcast was a way to sex up your blog: if you’ve got more frills, you’re going to draw

Texas Bar Association YouTubeThe State Bar of Texas has launched a contest ‘Lone Star Stories: Texans on Justice,’ inviting all Texans of all ages, lawyers and lay people alike, to submit three-minute-or-less original videos to YouTube that illustrate their vision of the promise of justice for all.

Per an article in Texas Lawyer, entrants under 18 can