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A Little Bird Told Us: FindLaw Employees Love Social Networks

By Laura Strachan, Esq. on September 11, 2012 1:02 PM

Here at, we love participating on social networks. From Facebook to Twitter to Scribd, each of our pages is specifically designed with the unique audience in mind and posted to appropriately. The best part of looking at any of our pages is seeing what our followers are thinking about the content we produce.

Whether it is a response to a blog, or questions about a legal issue, our users are simply the best. And that goes for our employees that take the time to chime in our our social networks too.

Without a doubt, Senior Writer Steve Tanner is's most active employee participant, often commenting on a post or legal topic on various accounts in a single day. "I like to check out the latest FindLaw updates in my news feed each morning over a cup of coffee before digging into the day's projects. I'm constantly amazed at the level of diversity among our Facebook fans, which really shows when controversial or otherwise hot-button issues are discussed."

Adding to the office-wide participation is a new listing of the top social posts each week for our employees to check out in the halls. Our social media accounts not only encourage great conversation, but they also help our team of blog and content editors determine what to write about.

All our editors follow our various accounts and are always taking notes about the types of topics that interest people and the nature of the legal questions that people are asking in response to our various updates. So make FindLaw's social networks a part of your morning and join the conversation today. And to all or employee participants, thanks for always adding your insightful comments!

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