When history is written (or videotaped) about the first half of this century, a huge chunk will be devoted to this incredibly fast-growing organism called social media. In 2008, just 10% of Americans had a social media profile, according to the statistics portal, Statista. A decade later, that
Americans don’t read as much as they used to. The hard data is questionable given that survey respondents tend to exaggerate because they think it makes them look dumb, but it’s a clear trend that will likely never be reversed - unless there’s a prolonged electrical grid blackout.
Most Important Considerations In a recent blog, we highlighted some important considerations for banks and credit unions who are initially considering social media or ramping up their social media efforts. Today, we’ll take a look at some equally important things for law firms to consider regarding social media
Three Important Considerations It used to be that many in banking considered social media a waste of time. But times have changed, and more and more banks have come to the conclusion that social media is indeed not a waste of time, but rather an imperative. They’ve grasped