As an attorney, perhaps you've dipped your feet in the social media water. Or maybe you'd like to know how to get started connecting with potential client via social media.
Either way, you should attend a FindLaw webcast entitled Social Media: Fish Where the Fish Are. This free one-hour webcast will describe why social media is the present and the future of online legal marketing.
The informative seminar will break down how your firm can use tools like Facebook, Twitter and blogs to connect with clients and prospects in a direct, highly effective way. The webcast takes place on Wednesday, January 16th and there are two sessions to choose from - noon and 4 p.m. EST.
Deepen your knowledge of successful website design and Internet marketing solutions for lawyers and law firms. Produced by FindLaw, the industry's largest team of online marketing experts and specialists, each FindLaw seminar highlights a strategy or success story about online marketing performance.
You are on social media sites and so do your clients, prospects and everyone they know. Most of us are online daily to check Facebook, post a tweet or catch up on a few favorite blogs. Increasingly, these social media sites are how people connect with others, share their opinions and research big decisions -- like hiring an attorney.
That's why for law firms, social media is an incredibly important tool for reaching clients, both new and existing.
Presented by FindLaw Senior Client Development Consultant Mike Brown and attorney Charles M. Rittgers of Rittgers & Rittgers, this free event will take you through what you need to know about social media and the legal marketplace
So whether you're new to social media or already have some experience, be sure to reserve an hour on Wednesday, January 16th to attend this free FindLaw seminar.
-- Michelle Croteau, Director, Marketing Communications
with Adam Ramirez, FindLaw Audience Team