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November 05, 2009

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Steven Rogers

When trying to do law firm internet marketing it is so important to include social media. Without a successful online strategy your business can become irrelevant really fast.

Allison C. Shields

The book does discuss some logistics - as noted in my original post, it addresses TweetDeck, how to use Twitter and create effective posts and titles, what and when to tweet, using ReTweet to 'go viral,' etc.

gyi tsakalakis

haven't had a chance to check out the book. from the review, seems to focus on "concept" but does the book address logistics (i.e. desktop clients, tweet structure, scheduled tweets, etc)

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