More and more employers are finding that social media is an effective way to network. However it is not an excuse to sit at your desk and think that that is all there is to it. Social media can be and is for many an effective way to make friends connections and raise one’s profile.

In the early days of legal marketing (oh say 1986) most lawyers were not the least bit interested in the subject.  In fact, the “M” word was an anathema.  When it became acceptable to some law firms, individual marketing efforts were still avoided.  The best that can be said about it all was that firms

Last month I did a post on Facebook’s Business (actual name is Fan) page. I referred to a post by Tom O’Leary in which he made some good points about why people should keep an eye on the developments at Facebook. He suggested setting up a profile on the social media site. His thinking, as

Although I’ve been on Facebook for awhile, I can’t say that I have been a big fan. In fact, when it comes to social media, I’ve been in favor of LinkedIn over Facebook for businesses, especially law firms. That may be changing. If you are not already on Facebook, I suggest you go ahead and

Certainly you know of someone who is looking for a job during these tough economic times, whether in our legal community or not. It appears that social media sites may be able to help

I’m learning more each day about the benefits of social media, and don’t pretend to have a full grasp of all