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August 18, 2012

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Laura Berthiaume

I'd also add to this, two points. 1. Don't try and cover every single social media avenue out there (accountants don't really need to be on Pinterest, despite what I've read on other blogs!). 2. Social media efforts should be consistent to be most effective, don't start a facebook page, twitter account, blog, etc and only post to each once or twice.

Lloyd Green

Supoerb summary - am not convinced yet of the value of facebook for lawyers, it just doesn't sit well with that being almost exclusively social except for brands, but law firms and individual lawyers must be visible.

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