On Monday, February 27, 2017, during oral arguments in Packingham v. North Carolina, a case involving First Amendment rights of free speech pertaining to the use of social media by former sex offenders in North Carolina, United States Supreme Court justices expressed opinions of social media that show it has come a long way toward being considered mainstream communication. There appears to …
I’ve heard these comments, or ones similar to them, many times in the past several years.
“I’m not sure this is all worth it….this Social Media thing.”
“I tried LinkedIn, but it didn’t produce anything for me.”
“I can’t see how Twitter could possibly result in anything positive.”
“Why would I want to spend time on Facebook?”
“I have no desire to sit in front …
The level of frustration among lawyers irritated because their cases and expertise aren’t being picked up by media is not decreasing. I continue to hear the same comments on a regular basis.
“This was a major case. Why didn’t anyone pick it up?”
“I’ve been doing this long enough that they should know to come to me for a comment on this …
How many emails, conversations, texts, phone calls, newspapers, blog posts, podcasts, YouTube and Facebook videos, trade journals, Snaps, and other pieces of information do you receive on a daily basis?
I don’t know about you, but I can’t even count the number. I imagine it is in the thousands by the time I add up all of the messages I am …
Those of you who know me know I’m bullish on video, and livestreaming, video’s real-time cousin. I’ve been waiting for LinkedIn to launch a native video app so users can reach audiences with a medium that removes yet another barrier to familiarity, and that is natural video, where we are allowed to see one another in a largely unrehearsed, often …
I was just listening to Pat Flynn record an episode of his podcast, Let’s Ask Pat. He was recording it on Periscope, a livestreaming app, allowing his viewers to watch live while he conducts business. He was answering a question from someone who was curious what to do when her competition follows her content. Pat inspired me to answer that …
We came. We learned. We networked. We had a huge family reunion.
We are the 1400 attendees of the 2016 Legal Marketing Association (LMA) Annual Conference in Austin, Texas, April 10-14, 2016.
The coverage was swift. It started prior to the conference, continued during the conference with a record number of live-Tweets (and I wasn’t even live-Tweeting this year, so I can’t take any credit!), …
It was shortly before 10:35 PM ET on September 6, 2008, when it happened.
I was sitting on my mom’s couch all by myself with my laptop up in South Bend (Indiana).
It was a moment I will never forget, which is why I am writing about it so clearly today.
I was watching election coverage on CNN with Rick Sanchez, an early …
I write a lot about Social Media and Social Networking because I find that lawyers have many questions.
Many of you have shared those questions with me, such as:
Where do I start?
Who do I follow?
Which sites should I use?
How do I find the time?
What should I say once I’m there?
How do I sign up for the individual sites?
What is the correct …