3 Twitter Tips for Lawyers

September 12, 2014

1. Pay Attention to Your Target Market

Before you say anything on twitter, take a look at what is already being said by following your target market.

Expand Your Reach:

Monitor Competitive Strategies

Monitor Timely News:

Monitor Local Developments:

*Note: Be sure to not follow too many people on Twitter in one sitting, as your account may be flagged as spam.

2. Use a Twitter Management Tool to Save Time

Cut down on the hassle and time spent sharing updates by scheduling tweets ahead of time. Through using a twitter management tool you can easily group and browse all of your posts, retweets, and mentions as well as schedule future posts on Twitter, Facebook and Linkedin. Both of these below tools have a similar dashboard that allows you to easily sort different “streams” or “columns” to keep track of who is interacting with you across social media platforms.

3. Add Value to Your ReTweets

If you’re not sharing original content on twitter, add your own spin to each retweet you share. Explain to your followers why they should pay attention to the link or graphic that you’re sharing with them.



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