Social Media Facts that Every Lawyer Should Know [Infographic]

By Law Firm Suites - February 28, 2017
Social Media Facts that Every Lawyer Should Know [Infographic]

Expand your knowledge of social media and its various platforms, and better connect with potential clients.

Over the past decade, social media has become an increasingly important part of both our personal and professional lives. And the trend doesn’t seem to be slowing down at all. For example, 59% of the total population in North America is active on social media.

But what does this mean for lawyers? It means that you absolutely MUST be active and alert on social media. It is quickly becoming one of the most powerful tools in your marketing arsenal.

You should be informed about the facts and statistics surrounding social media, which will help you to use your social media marketing to its fullest potential. This way you will be more plugged in to what your target audience, and can better tailor your marketing to fit their lives and needs.

The web development experts at Skilled have put together a massive collection of facts and details about social media and how to best use various social platforms. Follow their well designed and thorough infographic to improve your knowledge of social media, and start to better connect with all your prospective clients.

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