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Don't have time for social media? Three ways to break the ice online

I've heard your excuse before. You want to participate in social media but you don't have time. Even more, you don't know where to begin.

Adrian Dayton writes about social media for lawyers. He recently posted about how to go from being passive on line to becoming active. Although it is geared to lawyers, I think anyone in any profession can apply it.  Enjoy!

Dayton_adrian_2010 (Adrian Dayton)

"There are two kinds of people in this world," Bill Murray's character explains in the movie, What About Bob — "those who like Neil Diamond and those who don't." 

Online, there is a similar dichotomy between lawyers who are active users of social media and lawyers who are passive users. 

Let me explain. Click here to read more....

 

 

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