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I’m guessing many of you are still sitting on the fence when it comes to putting your business on Facebook . “Let me get this straight,” you may say.
More than 10% of law firms in the country are on Facebook and more than 40% of attorneys, according to a survey conducted by the American Bar Association earlier this year. 12% of respondents reported working at firms with an online presence in a social network such as Facebook, up 4% from the 2008 survey, marking a three-fold increase, and 43% of reported maintaining a personal account. So, in an era of growing Facebook and social media use among both regular folks and big businesses, trying to find a place for the legal community online may be a challenge — especially with privacy and safety issues sometimes involved for attorneys. With Facebook’s new customized privacy settings and its continued growth both in the US and worldwide, lawyers and law firms must figure out how to make the most of all that Facebook has to offer.
Facebook continues to extend outside the walls of its social network.
O Facebook já está virando uma realidade no Brasil. Em um mundo antes dominado pelo Orkut, o Facebook agora desponta como uma alternativa para quem está cansado dos "miguxos".
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Alison Driscoll is an interactive copywriter and social media consultant who specializes in . She authors a blog at alisondriscoll.com .
With over 300 million active users worldwide, and nearly 100 million in the US alone , Facebook can be a good platform for those wanting to grow their consulting business.
Facebook has to be the most talked about, and the most misunderstood, web service/platform right now. If you haven’t gotten drawn in by the hype, it may surprise you to learn that many people have already found Facebook to be an essential addition to their web working toolbox. Why? Because the Facebook social networking experience can be precisely what you want to make of it. Think of Facebook as a professional tool, and that’s what it is.
Back in part two of this series, I took a look at some of the most popular native Facebook Page applications and gave you step by step instructions on how to set them up. Today in part three, we're going to continue diving into the native Facebook Page applications so you can make sure you're taking full advantage of your Facebook presence. Today we're going to take a look at how to make use of the Photos and Video applications.
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Josh Peters is a freelance social media consultant from Salt Lake City, Utah. He authors a blog at Shuaism.com . Think LinkedIn is the only place for business?