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In addition to ensuring that a bio focuses on “the right stuff,” it is essential that the bio be both search engine and social media friendly.
In Part One of this article (in the April issue), I addressed many of the bio basics and how to craft a useful and memorable bio. Beyond the actual words, there are a number of “technological” issues to consider. In addition to ensuring that a bio focuses on “the right stuff,” it is essential that the bio be both search engine and social media friendly.
By Vivian Hood
Law firms today are increasingly looking at innovation to help distinguish their practice offerings, strategy, and leadership, and need inspiring marketing to develop meaningful campaigns that resonate with their audiences.
By John J. Buchanan
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