Do you use social media to market your professional efforts?

Question of the Week

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Last week, Daliah Saper wrote about steps lawyers can take to use social media to market their law practices.

Lawyers who don’t use social media for professional efforts may be an exception to the rule: In a survey earlier this year by the blog Attorney at Work, 70 percent of lawyers who responded say that social media is a part of their overall marketing strategy. The breakdown: 84 percent reported using LinkedIn, 80 percent Facebook and 59 percent Twitter.

So this week, we’d like to ask you: Do you use social media to market your professional efforts?

Answer in the comments.

Read the answers to last week’s question: Do you watch video in your legal research?

Featured answer:

Posted by HBlancoW: “I’m a patent attorney, and I’ve more than once had a patent office examiner cite a YouTube video as showing that an invention isn’t actually new. It is very helpful to be able to watch the earlier worker actually carrying out his or her process. But documenting the video for the permanent record is still a problem.”

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