A recent post at LawMarketing.com shares an interview by Bloomberg Law on a new survey I blogged about two days ago (Social Media Usage Now Mainstream for In-House Counsel) :

In a recent video interview, John Corey, founding partner at Greentarget, a public relations firm, tells Bloomberg Law’s, Lee Pacchia, that in-house lawyers prefer to visit blogs to read content, rather than contribute. And they use Linkedin to build connections, not to initiate discussions or contribute to group discussions.

If you haven’t checked out the “How Companies Use Social Media to Hire Law Firms” video, take a few minutes to watch it now:

http://www.youtube.com/embed/MnPJTTF8FBc?rel=0

 

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