AR119-WEB Social Media for Expert Witness Appraisers
This webinar will discuss the issues of publishing content and using social media for those with a forensic practice. Lawyers have often made experts very reluctant to publish any information and use any social media in order to engage and network with colleagues, customers, and prospective employers. I think this has done a massive disservice to those who should be networking online (as well as offline). Experts are missing out on opportunities for work and opportunities to meet counsel, because of instructions to avoid social media.
Upon webinar completion, the participant will be able to:
- Calculate before you post;
- Evaluate whether you have a reasonable explanation before publishing;
- Conduct yourself professionally, but be human and have fun;
- Leverage different platforms; and
- Differentiate yourself from your competition.
The Ultimate Guide to Social Media: For Business Owners, Professionals, and Entrepeneurs - John Mitchell Jackson, Esq.
Any appraisers interested in using social media to promote their business. Specifically those who do forensic work and concerned about what to discuss on social media.
Nick Rishwain | Vice President | Experts.com
Nick Rishwain, JD, is vice president of client relations and business development for Experts.com, and primary author of the company blog. He is fully immersed in legal technology professionally and personally. In his own time, Nick is the co-creator and co-host of a live video legal technology show called LegalTechLIVE. The show has been online for more than three years and presently focuses on legal technology startups under one year of age. The show promotes the legal technology startup journey.