To Friend or Not to Friend: Social Media for Lawyers

, The Legal Intelligencer


Attorneys who regularly use online social media platforms like LinkedIn or Facebook will face this question concerning business versus personal contacts: "To friend or not to friend?" What's right for you and your business regarding use of these online services? The answer is not an easy one, notes consultant Gina F. Rubel. The factors to consider are your company's culture and polices, as well as your business goals, while also keeping in mind that every social media outlet has its own benefits, says Rubel.

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