Being active online is absolutely exhausting! There are so many fun and interesting sites to use, especially in social media, that it is hard to keep up with it all. Having been a "techno-nerd" since high school, I am always looking for the next hot thing and trying it out right away. On top of that, I also like sharing great information with people. This has made the online marketing of my firm that much more fun!
On this site, there are lots of articles on topics like bankruptcy, traffic court, DUI, and foreclosure, along with FAQs, the latest news, and my blog. But I couldn't stop there. I also have a Facebook business page, Twitter feed, LinkedIn profile, and YouTube channel. As if that weren't enough, Google just added the capability to create business Pages on Google+, so I just had to have one! (My wife says what I have to have is my head examined, but that's just her!) Here is all that I currently do online:
- Head on over to my Facebook Page and Like it to enjoy lawyer jokes on Monday, links to interesting news items, tips on saving money, and other content not found on my web site.
- I also have an iPad equipped with a great program called FlipBoard that keeps me up to date on the latest news, which I then Tweet. Follow me on Twitter for fun and informative content on bankruptcy, technology, and economic news.
- If you don't have a Twitter account, or you just want to resist that time-sucker's siren call, feel free to be a part of my network on LinkedIn. My Twitter feed appears there as well.
- There is lots of video on my site, but if you would like to see it all in one place, subscribe to my YouTube channel.
Whether or not you ever decide to become a client, please feel free to join me in the social media space and check out the content. Better yet, post some comments or Tweet back. It is a two-way street, and I would love to hear from you.
If you think I am not doing enough, or there are some topics you would like to see, please post them below in a comment. Just don't tell my wife; she thinks I spend too much time online as it is!