Social Media for Lawyers: Should You Get Linked to LinkedIn?

, The Legal Intelligencer


As of mid-February, the LinkedIn professional networking site touted more than 35 million members around the world, including executives from all Fortune 500 companies. So should you join if you aren't already on it? Consultant Gina F. Rubel recommends that if you only choose one network on which to have a public profile, you should go with LinkedIn. She discusses how LinkedIn can be used for strategic marketing, and how to decide who you will connect with once you're on the site.

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