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And many people thought the Internet was a fad and that Amazon, doing commerce on the Internet, would certainly fail Peter. What's your username on Twitter? Assuming we're following each other, drop me a direct message so we, like so many other lawyers and people they want to build relationships with, cannot to know each other a little better.
Long overdue thank you for mentiong LexTweet to your readers John. I'm hopeful as well that LT will shed a little light on twitter, as a new aspect of social media for lawyers. I know when I came to Twitter the first 6 or 7 times, I didn't have a clue what it was or how to use it. Perhaps LT will shorten the learning cycle for a few lawyers.
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Phil, thanks for mentioning Greg Herman-Giddens' estate planning blog. No question that education based web internet marketing & networking is a trend for lawyers. Estate planning is a real nice fit as getting your blog read by financial planners and the like only reinforces a good lawyers needed referral network. Plus, as I'm sure you've found with your blog, the lawyers find blogging enjoyable and personally rewarding. Keep up the good work.
Toggle Commented Sep 6, 2007 on North Carolina Estate Planning Blog at Gift Hub
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You're spot on Denise. When I get comments with multiple url's, it's clear to me they're looking for incoming links rather than engaging in a discussion. Of course there's exceptions when people point out things via url's. Also take note that professional blog platform's like LexBlog's use comment spam filters. Multiple url's are flagged for spam.
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