Reminder: “like” Overlawyered on Facebook

by Walter Olson on April 27, 2012

You can do that here (and if you’re on Twitter, follow the site as well as @walterolson)

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1 Bobby 04.27.12 at 11:56 pm

Why? Exactly what good comes from “liking” someone/something on Facebook?

It’s a serious question. I see this type of begging for “likes” all the time, and I really don’t know why.

2 Walter Olson 04.28.12 at 7:08 am

“Liking” the site means that:

1) Some of your Facebook friends will see that you like the site, and might give it a try;

2) Overlawyered posts will show up in your Facebook feed. If you like or share some of those items, again, word will spread to others who might become readers. For many sites, a majority of readership comes from Facebook feeds and shares. In our case it’s only 1 percent, which leaves a lot of room for growth.

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