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4 Tips for Attorneys when using Social Media and Facebook to Market their Firms

Social media is an excellent way to promote your law firm and build a positive reputation. There are a number of platforms, such as Facebook, Google+, LinkedIn, and Twitter, which can increase exposure in addition to your own website. For example, when posting on these sites, it may be tempting to share personal opinions, memes or political propaganda, but that can do more harm than good. What you may think is just a joke, could totally offend someone. Once that happens, they will spread the word about how much they dislike you and your reputation will become tarnished.
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How Lawyers Can Use Social Media Without Giving Advice

Due to ethical concerns, attorneys know that setting limitations on social media interaction are a must. There is a fine line about what can legally be posted and what cannot and each state has its own laws which govern this. Giving specific online advice to an individual can create an attorney/client based relationship. You can provide a general answer, but you should not give exact advice on the details they provide. You can suggest recommending that they consult with a local attorney in their area, to avoid crossing any ethical boundaries.

3 Content Ideas for your Facebook Business Page

If your business isn't yet on Facebook, it probably should be. It's no secret that Facebook is the most used social media by Americans and many others around the world. As far as mobile use goes, Facebook far outranked all other US mobile apps in a recent comScore study. The bottom line is this: Facebook is a tool your business can use to leverage new leads and customers. Once you've setup your Facebook business page, what exactly should you post about? Here are three content ideas to help you connect with your followers.