FindLaw is always bursting with new content, and thankfully social media platforms offer a myriad of ways to share it all.
So whether you're a tweeter, Facebook friend, or just "connected," check out these five reasons to follow FindLaw on social media:
1. Facebook Questions? FindLaw Has Answers.
FindLaw's Facebook page receives hundreds of questions each month from Facebook users wanting more information on legal issues or just posing questions about our latest content.
Our social media team works diligently to answer each and every question posed to us. We also continue to stock our Facebook Wall with fresh and ready-to-read FindLaw articles and legal guides.
2. Twitter Followers Get the First Look.
For those who can't get enough of FindLaw's Legal Consumer and Legal Professional blogs, following our Twitter accounts (@FindLawConsumer and @FindLawLP) is the easiest way to be the first to read the latest and greatest from our Blogs team.
Followers are also just an "@mention" away from picking some of our writers' brains on current legal issues or an article hot off the digital press; several of our writers and editors are on Twitter as well.
3. Our Pinterest Is Piqued.
Legal-minded pinners should not miss FindLaw's Pinterest board. It's packed with pins that show users just how the law intersects with facets of everyday life. That's good news for users, since a recent Shareaholic study found that Pinterest accounts for more traffic than LinkedIn, Twitter, and Reddit combined.
Our FindLaw social media team is also working on Pinterest boards to showcase FindLaw's newest Legal Planning content which provides helpful legal advice for every stage of your life.
4. Google+ Lets Users in Our Circle.
We know it's not Facebook, but a big chunk of the FindLaw community reads and thrives on Google+. And for good reason.
Tech-savvy users keep themselves in the legal loop as members of our Legal Technology community, and small business owners know -- as readers of our Free Enterprise blog -- that following FindLaw is just good business.
5. LinkedIn Keeps FindLaw Followers Current.
Want to find out the latest about FindLaw, new career opportunities, or lawyer marketing tips? FindLaw's LinkedIn page is your shortcut to staying up to date on all things law and FindLaw.
For example, followers may already know that LinkedIn is moving into the same neighborhood as FindLaw's Silicon Valley office.
All five of these social media platforms offer perfect portals for you, the FindLaw reader, to tell us what you think. We love hearing from our users, so follow us and keep the feedback coming!