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KM Content Team - Marketing Team Member

​ Summary : A Content Coordinating Team member will review the specific areas of focus, target audiences, deliverable numbers and topics that fall under their area of discipline. Each team develops programming deliverables for law firm, law department, local and international audiences and...

 05-21-2018  |  Larger Project (anywhere from 40 - 100 hours total)


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Best Practices for a Law Firm Social Media Policy

Best Practices for a Law Firm Social Media Policy Every organization in today’s world should have a social media policy, and that includes law firms. Surprisingly, though, not all do. Lawyers and law firms have particular concerns, given bar rules and obligations to the court and...

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But Wait... There's More

Members recently discussed laptops, office space design, tools for podcasts and for capturing social media, and more. Explore curated sources on these topics including some from ILTA’s treasure chest. Laptop Talk The discussion groups buzzed with laptop questions and suggestions. ILTA...

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How to Improve Your LinkedIn Profile

LinkedIn is an excellent marketing and business development tool for lawyers and the law firm. It is very important to build a robust profile on LinkedIn to develop a good online presence and optimize your search results not only on LinkedIn, but with the search engines. Your profile shows...


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Social Media Best Practices: Twitter Do's and Don'ts

I love twitter. It truly is my favorite of the social platforms. Through the years, I've developed many close friendships and been able to refer business to others, developing business opportunities also. I've been able to meet twitter buddies as they have traveled to wherever I was currently...


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Social Networking In The Enterprise–Conference Session

Social networking within the firewall, as an improvement on email and as a method for improving efficiency, effectiveness, and engagement, is increasingly in the news and in the blogosphere, as demonstrated by two recent posts in the Three Geeks ( How One Company Banned Internal Email and How...


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What Makes ILTA Social? Sharing At Conference And Implications For Knowledge Work

One of my favorite aspects of the annual ILTA conference is the willingness of peers to share information with each other. The learning imparted in the many educational sessions is truly amazing, and while people are in general perhaps more restrained in this era of bloggers and instant...