File under: reputation management, public relations, press coverage – what you will. Here are three recent updates from JD Supra contributors who received press pickup after posting their content on the site.
Delivered to you as we first saw this pleasing feedback, via Twitter:
The Lembi Group bankruptcy filing (posted by Randall Reese at netDockets) appeared in Andrew Ross’ The Bottom Line in the San Francisco Chronicle, a daily look at what’s happening in Bay Area business.
Oregon-based Practice Management advisor Beverly Michaelis’ embezzlement article is titled: To Catch a Thief – How a Partner or Employee Can Steal from Your Firm. We featured it in the January edition of our legal alerts e-mail digest.
We asked agriculture lawyer Cari Rincker about her Brahman Journal pickup (coming on the heels of pickup she received last fall in ABA GP Solo Law Trends for an article on social media she also posted on JD Supra). Cari’s email reply:
I wrote a Twitter Guide for Ag Producers and it has been extremely popular. A few livestock magazines contacted me for interviews and one cattle magazine is just going to print the article itself. I usually submit ag law articles to livestock magazines but this particular one I just posted on JD Supra only and the agriculture publications found me when they were searching for articles about Twitter and agriculture. Power of JD Supra!
Brahman Journal? Livestock magazines? Ag lawyers on JD Supra? There must be a joke for the occasion that ends “…and that’s no bull.”