We’re pleased to announce the launch of a new Facebook page for Clio, the legal software as a service (Saas) company. As you know, Clio provides a suite of web-based online practice management tools for solo lawyers and small firms.
Powered by our own in-house applications, Clio’s Facebook page:
- automatically streams the company’s blog and JD Supra document portfolio,
- allows visitors to sign up for Clio’s monthly newsletter (as well as connect to the firm’s other online platforms, like LinkedIn and Twitter),
- publishes a daily social transcript of tweets on any subject (at time of writing, all tweets for “goclio”), and
- features a custom-built About Clio section, complete with press mentions, a tour of Clio’s software offerings, and the ability to sign up for the Clio service.
In the words of company president and co-founder, Jack Newton:
We see this as an excellent way to engage with fans and clients on a more personal level, and look forward to building an active community around Clio on Facebook. We’ll be able to keep our readers informed and up-to-date with daily posts and with the tools JD Supra has provided us, such as our Blog connection, Social Transcripts, and JD Supra Documents.
As we’ve noted elsewhere, we are big fans of the way Facebook pages allow businesses to engage with their readers by delivering “shared” content into Facebook news streams. Clio is able to create community with content using many of the apps we’ve built into their page.
For regular updates about software as a service, online practice management tools, company news and information, become a fan of Clio’s Facebook page today!