Twitter Tips for Attorneys to Increase EngagementIf you’d like to start using Twitter — or if you’ve already started but want to do better — here are some tips for attorneys on how to engage:

Pick a trending topic and offer your own spin. Every time you sign in, your Twitter home page will give you a list of topics that are currently trending on the site. You can even customize this feed for your geographical area. Picking a trending topic and adding your own spin on it is a good way to get more attention for your posts.


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Twitter Tips for AttorneysIf there’s one thing that’s clear about the new administration, it’s that it has drawn full attention to Twitter. There are many who think not in a good way. But Twitter can be used by lawyers to do good things for their visibility online. Here are some tips on how you can master the use

Practical Twitter Tips & Tweet Topics for AttorneysWith 302 million active users every month, Twitter can be a highly useful law firm marketing tool for attorneys to promote their blogs and other thought leadership content. Since Twitter is essentially a micro-blogging site, the same rules apply: create unique, original content that adds value and your audience will respond.

To create attention-getting tweets,

If you are still trying to wrap your head around how to use Twitter, here are 7 tips that can take you from newbie to master quickly:

1.  Take a different approach to a trending topic.  The most effective tweets are those that provide a unique take on something that is already trending on

Today’s guest post is by Cindy Greenway, editor-in-chief at LawMarketing.com. This article originally appeared on that site and has some good tips for attorneys who want to engage on Twitter but aren’t sure how to get started. — Stephen

"What Should I Tweet About?" is a common question attorneys ask when they decide to implement

This article originally ran in The Record Reporter, an Arizona newspaper and website that covers legal business news:

I recently presented at the American Bar Association annual conference in San Francisco on “Why Tweeting Doesn’t Make You a Twit!”
 I was shocked and amazed at the number of attorneys I spoke to who still

I was privileged to serve on a panel last Saturday at the American Bar Association’s Annual Conference in San Francisco to address the subject, Tweeting Won’t Make You a Twit: Effective Twitter Marketing and Networking for Lawyers.

I wanted to share some of the most common questions I usually get asked when I talk about

With more than 200 million active users, Twitter is a major social media network attorneys should not ignore. Twitter can be a highly useful marketing tool for attorneys to promote their blogs and other thought leadership content. 

Here is a best practices guide for attorneys using Twitter:

Tweet 4x/day or less

Use fewer than 100 characters