Andrew in the Wall Street Journal

A couple weeks ago, I received an interview request from a Wall Street Journal reporter. She found me on a list of attorneys that use Twitter (I’m aflusche).

Yesterday, I was included in a Wall Street Journal article called Twitter Goes Mainstream. It’s a great article that talks about Twitter being used outside the early-adopter crowd of techies. Here is the portion that mentions me:

Other users are flocking to Twitter as an easy self-publishing and promotional tool. People are using it to build up their professional reputation by sharing updates about their work in a less time-intensive way than starting a blog. Andrew Flusche, an attorney in Fredericksburg, Va., recently used Twitter to promote a webinar he was holding on trademark registration. The session got 15 attendees, compared with seven for a subsequent seminar he didn’t promote on the service.

Mr. Flusche, 26, has also found the service handy for referring cases to experts in other areas, as well as keeping up with professional contacts he doesn’t see often. “You get interesting glimpses of them,” he says. “It’s a different way to network with people and get to know them.”

I didn’t receive this interview by doing anything spectacular. I just responded promptly to the reporter’s request. She was on a deadline, and I had the time to call her back.

Help yourself by helping a reporter.

Andrew Flusche

My name is Andrew Flusche. I am a traffic and misdemeanor defense lawyer in Virginia. I limit my practice to traffic tickets and misdemeanor defense, so I know the ins and outs of these offenses. I literally wrote the book on reckless driving in Virginia which you can get on Amazon here or download for free here. I opened my practice in 2008 after earning my Juris Doctor degree from the University of Virginia School of Law. Since then, I have earned over 600 5-star reviews from happy clients on Google, Yelp, and Facebook. If you’ve been charged with a misdemeanor offense in Virginia, please don’t hesitate to contact me. Your initial consultation is always free, and you'll talk directly with me about the details of your case.

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