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As you’ve probably found out – writing for Law and writing for Twitter are totally different.

Legal types can face severe challenges when trying to write for social media.

I’ve started a series of tips on how lawyers can improve their writing style to adapt to social media – especially blogging and twitter.

This #TwitterForLawyersTips  post covers the importance of timing your tweets and the helpful ideas of harnessing:

1. feeding and reading times

2. the concept of the thinking when your audience is down by the on-line river – the social media stream – or the raging rapids of twitter

In future posts I’ll cover tips on how to overcome writing problems many lawyers face including, but not limited to:

1. Writing concisely – editing  tips – lawyers are notoriously “complete” and detailed and too passive and polysylabbic

2.Writing in a “real” and  human voice – lawyers are…

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