Lawyers, are you thinking before you blog? By now, you’ve probably heard that if you’re not blogging for business development then your practice is slowly dying on the vine… While this may be a slight (just a slight!) exaggeration, maintaining an active blog is undoubtedly one effective way for a lawyer to enhance his or her online presence, establish him/herself as a thought leader, and build his or her referral sources. But, as WebPresence, Esq.’s Kristen Marquis discusses in this article in California Lawyer magazine, a lawyer must be careful what he/she/a hired third party writes.
Kristen, an attorney and legal marketer extraordinaire, believes that there are two issues every lawyer should consider when blogging (or farming out your blogging): ethics and plagiarism.
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