Information About Eva Chan
- What One Thing to Advance Women in Law Will You Do?
Seeing that in March we celebrate International Women’s Day, it’s perfect timing to remind you about my post from this time last year: It’s Time to Hear Her Story and Raise Her Profile. That post was one of my top five most-read posts in 2018 (the most-read post was Efforts to Retain Women in Law In … Read more »
- Use Social Media to Help Others Pronounce Your Name
Could you be missing out on working on a file because a potential client or a partner at your firm doesn’t know how to pronounce your name? Do you wish moderators, media hosts, and others introducing you could pronounce your name the way you’d like it to be pronounced? Sure you could use the bio sec … Read more »
- Be Courageous in 2019
2019 is your year to be courageous. Do something you’ve been afraid of doing. It could be: putting yourself out there by writing a blog post, speaking at a conference, or engaging on social media — increasing awareness of you as a lawyer doesn’t mean you need to share content about the law (e.g., ta … Read more »
- How To Write an Engaging Social Media Post
A few days ago I presented on “Social Media Writing for Maximum Engagement” at the LMA Eastern Canada Region Conference in Toronto. I provided tips on how law firms and lawyers can write a social media post to capture people’s attention and encourage engagement with it. Let’s banish posts like these … Read more »
- Twitter Tricks and Treats (aka Tips)
Social networking platforms offer many features, but some aren’t easily found or intuitive to use. Here are some Twitter tricks and treats (aka tips). 1. Do you want to mention people in your tweets, but your tweet is almost at the 280-character limit? A solution is to add a photo and tag people in … Read more »
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