Gina Rubel posted this week about online impersonation via your headshot. Apparently, disreputable companies will grab your image online and utilize it when
While I might play an uber-techie at work, I really depend upon much smarter and techier people than me to make sense out of all this stuff flying at me on a daily (hourly) basis. For instance, one of my go-to smarties is Jayne Navarre for all things digital technology in the legal space.
I just checked my calendar and, yup, it really is 2012.
Other than the earth coming to an end later this year, it’s about fricken time you got a website.
There just aren’t any good excuses out there.
Yeah, I’m talking to you solo and small firms out there.
And this is especially true for those of you who represent consumers – family law, divorces, child custody, employment matters, trusts & estates. I’d add personal injury, DUI and immigration to the list, but those folks are marketing machines.
Seriously. If you Google yourself or your firm, what do you find? If the answer is NOTHING, than you are LOSING business every day, and you don’t even know it.
Case in point:
With their new privacy changes coming up, now is the time to go in and delete your history:
Follow the steps below:
Before you think it, yes, I know, another Google+ post, but it’s what I’m learning about right now, and this is my sounding board. The question I’m asking myself right now is: “Is it fair to compare Google+ to Facebook and Twitter?” And, really, do we need ANOTHER social media platform where the uber-user…
In 2008 attorney Charles Krugel wanted to cancel his membership and un-claim his Avvo profile, on the grounds that Avvo…
As if the readers of The Legal Watercooler needed another reason to participate in social media and social networking:
Google Social Search should be available to everyone by the end of today.
Your friends and contacts are a key part of your life online. Most people on the web today make social connections and