I try to be on top of online trends and new technology. So I’m a little ashamed to say that I just registered with facebook yesterday. Even worse, I only signed up for MySpace a few weeks ago. In my opinion, both these sites aim to accomplish the same task, but facebook does it much better.
Facebook imported my contacts from Gmail and figured out that some of them were already facebook’ers. With my permission, it send friend requests to a couple dozen people. Within minutes, I had friends!
Finding and adding more …
The interesting thing about Meet Job Pros (MJP) is that it seems to merge some of the key features of MySpace and LinkedIn. It’s kind of “MySpace with a professional twist.” But understand that not many people have registered yet, so some screens are a little blank.
In this podcast, Steve talks about a method of achieving goals faster. Instead of taking the typical approach of identifying the steps to a goal, Steve urges that we think about the symptoms of actually reaching the goal.
Thus, ask yourself, “What will I be like when I reach this goal?” “What do people do who already have this quality / feature / thing?” …
I’m a big advocate of doing simple things to help the bigger picture. In many endeavors, a lot of tiny steps can produce a huge result.
Careers are like this. A successful career is usually made up of many small steps. True, there are large ones as well. However, the everyday things usually contribute a ton to the whole.
Thus, here’s a great list of 15 easy things you can do to help your career.
My favorite idea from the list is to …
This is Part 2 in a series of posts on getting things done. “GTD: My View” covers how I implement GTD, specifically focusing on being a student. Be sure to check out Part 1.
It’s no secret that I’m a law student. Part of my goal in blogging is to collaborate with other students on ways to be more productive. That’s one key theme of Legal Andrew.
What is a school assignment?
In my school experience, there are a couple main types of …
This is Part 1 in a series of posts on getting things done. “GTD: My View” covers how I implement GTD, specifically focusing on being a student.
I love getting reader feedback! In fact, I’m writing this series specifically because several of you have asked about my personal system for GTD. Thank you, Andrew L., for the most recent request!
More importantly, you guys are interested in ideas to tailor GTD to the needs of students. Thus, here’s my attempt to help out.
This first post will cover the basics of …
Statistics are a key part of any type of venture. You need to know what’s happening, how your target demographic is responding, and what areas you can improve. The same applies to blogging.
I’m a stats addict
I’ve had several readers ask what statistics I use here at Legal Andrew. The short answer is “any and all.” Well, I’ve tried many solutions. But now I’ve finally found three I love.
I’ve been using Google Analytics since I got serious about blogging. It provides a great overview of everything, along with awesome detail to help feed my …
While politics doesn’t come up much on Legal Andrew, I felt compelled to respond to something Penelope wrote today. She posted that we shouldn’t discuss politics at work because it can be racist. In today’s politically correct world, Penelope’s probably right. Even saying that I don’t support an increased minimum wage might offend someone, possibly …
How do you spread the word about your law firm? Do you take out yellow page ads? Maybe you’ve started blogging. What about buzz marketing?
Today’s marketing tool
Yellow pages are stagnant. Web sites only provide information. Buzz marketing interacts with people and society. It’s today’s marketing tool.
So what is it? Buzz marketing is another term for word of mouth marketing. It’s also known as viral marketing. As Wikipedia explains, “a very successful word-of-mouth promotion creates buzz.”
The power of the internet and blogging makes buzz marketing extremely simple …