Public Relations & Web Content Writing

Tweet, Post or Update with Buffer (0)

February 28, 2013 • Category: Social Media

The Buffer app shortens and streamlines the gap between reading content and social sharing. Set up a publishing scheduling for your posts and review the statistics on the published items to find out what clicked with your audience.

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Law Firm Website SEO: An Infographic (0)

“How do I get my law firm’s website to show up on the first page of Google results?” This is the question often asked by clients who hire Legal Media Matters to create a law firm website or write content for their firm. This week, The Search Engine Land published an excellent infographic that explains search engine optimization visually.

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Creating a personal brand through social media (0)

Social media has rapidly expanded the opportunities for lawyers and consultants to market themselves through the creation of a personal brand and an expanded online network. Clients, contractors and employers are using social media profiles to research experts, lawyers and consultants before hiring them. Even law firms and employers are starting to recognize that employees with a strong online presence provide a unique marketing value.

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How to Write Tweets That Reach a Broad Audience (3)

What can you possibly do with 140 characters, the limit of a single tweet? As it turns out, the answer is "a lot." Here’s a step-by-step guide to making the most of a tight space.

Missouri Civil Law»

Supervisor’s Sex Harassment of Women Workers Costs Missouri Employer (0)

An employer’s reckless response to the sexual harassment complaints of two women who claimed their supervisor’s conduct created a hostile work environment merited a Jasper County jury’s actual damages, punitive damages, attorney’s fees and costs award against the owner.

Missouri Personal Injury Law»

Intoxication does not need to be observed for dram shop liability (0)

No one at a bar needs to actually observe a patron’s intoxication in order for the bar to be held liable under Missouri’s dram shop law for the deaths of two people killed by a drunken driver, the Missouri Court of Appeals, Western District has ruled.

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