Should Lawyers Use YouTube?

Attorney Gina Rubel asks the question in a series that examines social networking for lawyers. I’m pleased to say that Gina used a quote from our email discussion about how important YouTube can be for lawyers who create educational video.

Here’s the first paragraph of her blog post:

“Friday, March 20, 2009

To friend or Not to Friend – Social Media for Lawyers — Part 5: YouTube for Lawyers
As of mid-March, YouTube ranked No. 4 among the top U.S. Web sites according to YouTube is described as “the leader in online video, and the premier destination to watch and share original videos worldwide through a Web experience.” The site says it “allows people to easily upload and share video clips on and across the Internet through Web sites, mobile devices, blogs, and e-mail.” YouTube hosts more than 150 million videos.

Do lawyers really use YouTube?”

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The nice thing that we’re doing here is that we’re targeting specific cases, specific case types, specific injuries where everybody is searching for these things on the web.
If you don’t do TV advertising, it’s an absolute must. If you do TV advertising, it’s a great piece of the puzzle. The difference with this is that they’re already on the internet searching for an attorney or searching for answers regarding a problem that they have. So it’s already targeted to those people.

Paul Hernandez
Kalfus & Nachman