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Barb Cashman

On your mark, get set … WHAT you’re not going to venture onward with the rest of us?  It’s not like Colorado lawyers are at the forefront of the social media adoption wave, because we’re not.  Other states and state bars are way ahead of us – like Florida lawyers, and the Florida and Texas […]

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Come on Barb – Supernatural Aid ? I know, I’ll go to any lengths to get people’s attention!  I was thinking that, once my biz page got the requisite 30 “likes,” meaning I achieved my “EdgeRank” minimum (see the definition here), and I have access to “insights about my activity,” well, I thought it sounded rather […]

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Wondering why I’m still writing these? Well, have a look at the picture … we haven’t even reached the abyss yet! I’m still writing these posts, so I haven’t refused the call yet … wait – What is that ringing in my ears? Back to the narrative for this hero’s journey: Net Smart.  Author Howard […]

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Yes, in case you’re wondering, I have auspiciously subtitled this post according to the first stage of Joseph Campbell’s hero’s journey – “the call to adventure.” I will focus on our departure here – departure from the “known universe” of lawyer marketing (networking groups, static websites, e-newsletters, public speaking, etc.) to identify in a bit […]

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I am trying to maintain a sense of humor about all this, so I thought of the “Lemony Snicket Series of Unfortunate Events” books one of my kids loved. As a Facebook newbie, I initially struggled with practical considerations like, “How do I set my Facebook business page as my default?” “Struggle” may be putting […]

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Here is another post on the topic of the future of solos or small firms who don’t have it in their budget to outsource a social media manager. Ed Poll of LawBiz Management recently posted an interesting article, “Testimonials Still Are Not a Good Idea” about why he still does not use client testimonials as […]

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The ABA TECHSHOW is in full swing In Chicago (our own Reba Nance is attending, as is CBA Solo and Small Firm Past-Chair Jim Duve) and I couldn’t resist the urge to comment on Rachel Zahorsky’s post “The Future of Law: Old Fashioned Client Relationships and Warnings for Solos.” The TECHSHOW’s kickoff event,“LexThink.1: The Future […]

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WOLF Pack at the Tea Room was a blast! This was our first ever outing as a “pack” and the lovely sisters Margo Seymour and Arlene Guillen at the Denver Tea Room served us a fabulous tea.  There were an even dozen in our pack for the evening, just about the right  number.  We were […]

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powered by Fotopedia Being the bar networker that I am, I naturally looked at the CBA-CLE Legal Connection to check under the Practice Management tab, and lo and behold, there it was a post from Tom Matte: “7 More Social Media Tips to Bring Leads to Your Law Firm.” Here are his seven tips: 1. […]

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The WOLF (or Women-Owned Law Firm) Pack will meet for an alternative happy hour at The Denver Tea Room on Tuesday, March 27, from 5:30 to 7 p.m. The Denver Tea Room is located  at 1820 E. Colfax, inside the Holiday Chalet Bed & Breakfast.  Tickets for the event, which includes tea, three savories (yes, […]

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