Webinar: How to Get Started with Google+ For Your Law Practice

by rocketmatter-admin May 13, 2014

Have you wondered how Google+ might help your law practice?
Google+ influences search, allowing lawyers who use the platform to stand out in search engine results. Google+ also helps Google verify online profiles, enhancing the author’s reputation. As a result, many lawyers are active on Google+, with new lawyers joining every day, connecting with other lawyers and significantly increasing their circle of potential influence.
When: Thursday, May 22, 2014 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM EDT
Speakers: Stephan Futeral and Tina Willis, co-hosts of Legally Speaking
Click here to register!
But it can be intimidating when you first join. There are “plus ones,” circles, and communities, and “plus mentions,” shares, and “influencers.” Join Google+ rockstar lawyers, Stephan Futeral and Tina Willis, co-hosts of “Legally Speaking,” a live YouTube and Google+ show covering current legal issues and topics of interest to the legal community. They will explain the basics of Google+, including how to get started, what to expect, how to find other lawyer friends and communities, appropriate posting techniques, and more!
About the Speakers:
Stephan Futeral is a lawyer in Charleston, South Carolina with the firm of Futeral & Nelson, LLC. He focuses on several areas including family law, criminal defense, and personal injury claims. He is also a “legal technologist” who created JuryPad, the leading jury selection iPad app. Stephan (Google+) is the author of two books, “Divorce in South Carolina – Piecing It All Together” and “DUI in South Carolina – Piecing It All Together.”
Just after graduating from Florida State University College of Law second in her class (1995), Tina Willis worked for large Atlanta defense firms, then began teaching at Barry University College of Law. She now operates a boutique personal injury firm serving Florida and Georgia clients. Tina been called a Google+ “ninja,” amassing over 9500 followers.

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