As my readers know, I am not a big fan of Twitter. About the only good use I’ve seen is to ask questions during a podcast – and that assumes that the only people worth having their questions answered on ones on Twitter.
So I naturally sympathized with Larry Bodine’s recent post on Twitter, especially his point that Twitter is useful to lawyers:
“only if they actively marketing face-to-face, have a website that generates leads, write a blog, send out e-newsletters, and have a brand in the marketplace. Once all that's in place, use your remaining time for Twitter.”