7 Twitter Users Your Law Firm Needs to be Following Now
7 Twitter Users that Lawyers at Small and Medium Sized Firms Should be Following:
If you are on Twitter, you know that finding the best sources of information can be difficult. Some firms use Twitter purely for advertising. Others aggregate content from many sources. Most importantly, some users create content that will help your firm. These 7 users are sure to provide you with useful information.
- Kevin O’Keefe – Kevin always provides useful articles and observations about the intersection of social media and law. His tweets are often also about technology in general. We find ourselves wanting to re-tweet him a few times a day.
- Michael Kessler – A combination of quirky cases from around the country and new legal developments keep this feed both entertaining and useful.
- Jeff Bullas – When it comes to creating content about using social media for business, Jeff Bullas may be king. Although his feed contains little legal content, it is essential if you are trying to get a leg up in the world of social media.
- JDSupra Legal News – This feed covers a broad range of topics that lawyers are interested in. A good mix of legal news and advice on legal topics.
- Law Technology News – This aptly titled feed covers both technology relevant to lawyers and law relevant to technology.
- Law News – This is another legal news source. A wide range of topics are covered, but most concern either legal developments or news about law firms.
- DotCO Law Marketing – Of course we think you should follow us. We do our best to provide original content and generally post two new blog articles each week. We spend the rest of our time on Twitter aggregating the news we think is the most relevant for small and medium sized law firms who are trying to create a presence on the internet and in social media.
Leave us a comment if you think we forgot any important sources of news for lawyers. We would love to follow you on Twitter too.
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