According to ALM Legal Intelligence finds that after years of showing only tepid interest in social media, the legal industry is beginning to recognize the significant-and multipronged-value that blogs and social networking sites can offer." With each new social media site comes questions about strategic usage, ROI, ethics, copyright laws, and so much more. After my last post, "Pinterest for Lawyers: Legal Marketing or Waste of Time?", I shared a link with my networks on Facebook, Twitter, Google+, and LinkedIn. There was a lot of conversation and commentary ... [MORE]
Don't Pin Your Legal Marketing Hopes on Pinterest Just Yet
The Legal Intelligencer
March 14, 2012
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