An interesting recent brief report of Internet For Lawyers is:
Are All Citator Services Created Equal? A Comparison of Google Scholar, Fastcase, Casemaker, LexisNexis, WestlawNext, and Bloomberg
by Carole A. Levitt and Mark Rosch (2012)
Hat tip to the January/February 2013 issue of The Internet Guide for the Legal Researcher Newsletter.
Cross-posted on Legal Research Plus.
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Online provider of legal research, news and other content LexisNexis, has launched a new service: LexisNexis Social Media Visibility.
According to the press release here, the new service enables sole practitioners and lawyers at smaller law firms to establish a solid, comprehensive, and manageable social media presence.
LexisNexis Social Media Visibility includes creation of an exclusive blog page as well as guidance and assistance in crafting profiles and in generating and posting appropriate content on major social media websites, including Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn.
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