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Dialysis Lawsuit Project: How to Link a Google+ Page to YouTube Channel

 

Dialysis lawsuit social media campaign offers unique chance to reach out to people with GranuFlo, NaturaLyte and other dialysis lawsuits

Dialysis lawsuits are among one of the most recent medical mass torts in which I’ve been involved, as i posted a few days ago. Our main website is a WordPress site, Dialysis Lawsuut, with a Free Dialysis Lawsuit Review Form. After we got the website launched, we began adding matching social media sites. There’s a Dialysis Lawsuit Facebook Page. There’s a @DialysisLawyer Twitter account. But when it came to setting up my Dialysis Lawsuit Google+ Page and a Dialysis Lawsuit YouTube Channel, I was stumped.

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Dialysis Lawsuit Video Tells How to Collect Money in a Dialysis Lawsuit

Dialysis Lawsuit Campaign makes legal help available for those with dialysis lawsuits

As I mentioned in a previous post, I’ve teamed up with two litigation firms to file dialysis lawsuits for people who were hospitalized or died after receiving kidney dialysis using GranuFlo or NaturaLyte, or who sustained serious injury or death due to the negligence of a dialysis clinic. We are examining both Fresenius and DaVita Dialysis Clinics.

Dialysis Lawsuit Online Marketing Campaign May Interest Personal Injury Lawyers

I was an early advocate for personal injury lawyers to use video, and later I’ve advocated social media. Dialysis lawsuit site’s currently include Dialysis Lawsuit, Dialysis Lawsuit Attorneys, a Dialysis Lawsuit Facebook Page, a Dialysis Lawsuit Google+ Page which is linked to a Dialysis Lawsuit YouTube channel so that all our videos can be viewed on either YouTube or Google+, and finally, a DialysisLawyer Twitter account. I’ve also recently found that uploading documents, presentations and videos to SlideShare can be a cost-effective way to generate leads. Check out the dialysis lawsuit presentations, videos and documents at the Michael J. Evans SlideShare Page.

By the way, if you visit any of my websites or social media sites, I would certainly appreciate a Google+1, inclusion in your Google+ circles, a Facebook “Like,” etc.

I usually use a video player when I post a video on this blog. This time I’m going to embed a video from SlideShare to give any lawyers who are interested an opportunity to see how videos on SlideShare look.

 


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