August 30th, 2012 → 11:48 am @ Ari Kaplan
I had a chance to speak with John Simpson, founder & CEO of One North Interactive, which recently announced the acquisition of the web assets of Thomson Reuters’ Hubbard One, about the mission of One North Interactive, the evolution of law firm websites, interactive marketing trends, and how social media is reinventing how lawyers and their firms connect with audiences.
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August 20th, 2012 → 8:01 am @ Ari Kaplan
In the appendix to Reinventing Professional Services, I included a list of over 40 different social networks and just learned of a new one that seems to have the potential to transform medical care. Doximity is a free site for doctors, which enables them to seek (HIPPA-compliant) advice on complex cases, as well as reconnect with colleagues, former classmates and co-residents, create research, 2nd opinion, and consulting opportunities, and raise the visibility of their practices. It counts 1 in 7 physician members (in fact, over 80,000 across the U.S. have joined since October 2010) and verifies each prospect, who can upload a resume, publications list, training experience and lectures, to permit others to determine the best professional for a particular consultation. Consumers pay to access the Doximity database, but users leverage it as a free clinical tool.
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August 3rd, 2012 → 2:55 pm @ Ari Kaplan
With the ALA’s 2012 Law Firm Financial Management Conference fast approaching next week, I had the opportunity to speak with George Leloudis, the Executive Director of Woods Rogers PLC in Roanoke Virginia, who is also chairman of the event’s planning committee. We discussed, among other topics:
Learn more about the ALA’s 2012 Law Firm Financial Management Conference being held in Chicago August 9th through the 11th here and listen to our interview below: