Twitter the most “renegade area” of social media. Despite the recognition of the potential for risk to reputation, Twitter remains the most popular social media channel for firms to engage in.
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I’ve been a SEOmoz Pro member since 2008, life would have been a lot harder without it! Not only some of the best tools available but also, and without doubt the best events, the old proSEO is now searchLOVE and run in the UK by Distilled, it is the one event of the year I will not miss!
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There are many benefits you offer to Pro members. Do you have two favorites?
Q+A is pretty amazing, actually. I learn things in there all the time from the questions folks ask and the answers the community helps provide. There’s some exceptionally smart SEOs and marketers helping their peers succeed. Since I got out of formal consulting, Q+A is where I learn a lot of the new tricks, challenges and behavioral changes of the engines and the practice of marketing a site on the web.
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An interesting article in the Lawyerist about self promotion and blogs, to be honest a big thumbs up for any lawyer that even gets as far as setting up a blog and running one irregardless of readership!
The key is alway to be yourself and write for yourself, but also be critical of what you do write. From the point of view of Digital Marketing Integration also remember to spread yourself about. Got a wordpress blog? Got a linkedIn account, tidy them both up up (that’s a whole other article) and link them together… Got Twitter? Same thing.
And don’t forget if you are writing information your firm might be interested in – perhaps there is a chance to both build credibility and content by working together.
Read the full article here: http://lawyerist.com/why-no-one-reads-your-law-blog/