We are introducing our LinkedIn page. We feel as though it would be hypocritical to state often, and often at great length, our belief in the usefulness of social media for marketing your law practice, and then not to be on social media ourselves. First, it was Facebook. Now, it’s LinkedIn. Maybe next, it’s Zoosk. I don’t know. I don’t know what the LOMAP program does on the weekends. Not my business.
Now, while I can’t promise you that our LinkedIn business page will be as exciting as our Facebook business page (Wait, You missed the Harlem Globetrotters promotion? Actually, that didn’t go so well.), I can promise you that it will be less exciting . . .
. . . At least for now, at least until LinkedIn improves the functionality of its business pages. But, for now, you will discover LinkedIn as another place to learn more about our services, and to access our blog posts and Twitter feed. Of course, we’ll add bells and whistles, as LinkedIn allows.
Now, if you know us and like us, or even if you have heard of us for the first time through this blog post, and think that we sound cool, won’t you follow us on LinkedIn? And, if you’ve accessed our services to your advantage (or know someone who has), and if you’re comfortable doing so, it would be downright neighborly of you to recommend one or all of our Law Firm Consultations, Marketing Group and/or Start-Up Meetings.
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For the past few years I’ve written almost exclusively about elderly gentlemen and ladies whose bands mostly don’t even exist anymore. When I’m not doing that, I’m writing about country music. And, nobody in New England likes country music. (Haters.)
Little did I know that I was successfully connected to some more modern musical talent! Kate Kenney, of Legal Talk Network, who does a fantastic job producing my award-winning* internet radio show, is also a bona fide rock star! Who knew? Well, not me . . . for several months, at least.
But, it turns out that Kate is the lead singer of The Full-Time Dreamers, a very polished rock band (yes, they’re quite good) with a driving sound that listens to me kind of like The Pretenders standing with a spatula over a mixing bowl full of Blondie and Pearl Jam, with sprinklings of No Doubt, Jefferson Airplane and Garbage. (The band, not actual garbage. . . or, actual sprinkles, for that matter.) The Full-Time Dreamers are a quartet featuring pounding rhythm, crunching guitars and (of course) powerhouse vocals. You can check out a number of their tunes at their MySpace page. You can preview and purchase The Full-Time Dreamers’ debut album, “Too Loud At Any Volume”, here. If you want to see The Full-Time Dreamers in action, check out their video for “Tomorrow”, today.
*Show has not actually won any awards. Ed.