Law360 (May 17, 2019, 1:57 PM EDT) -- Social media presents law firms with ample opportunity to build their reputation and attract the attention of new clients, but all too often firms end up stumbling in their online marketing strategies, falling face first into social media mediocrity.
Most large law firms have now incorporated social media into their marketing efforts, but not everyone is doing it right. In today’s legal sector, most large law firms have now incorporated social media into their marketing efforts, but not everyone is doing it right — simply having a Twitter or LinkedIn account and posting is no longer enough, according to Guy Alvarez...
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