There’s a flurry of discussion going on across the net about who is going to have the best publishing platform.
The folks over at the Legal Marketing Association recently combined interviews of a small group of opinion leaders with an online survey conducted by the research team at American Lawyer Media to answer the question: “Are traditional law firms resistant to hiring client-facing business development (i.e. “sales”) staff at a time when competition for and delivery of legal work continues to intensify?”
It is estimated that 95% of law firms have a website (I’m not sure what the other five percent are holding out for…perhaps they still think the Internet is a fad), but too few attorneys are consistently generating quality leads from their online presence because they lack great content.
On Monday afternoon a federal judge in Georgia sentenced former peanut company executive, Stewart Parnell, to a virtual life sentence for crimes related to knowingly shipping salmonella-tainted penaut butter that killed nine and sickened 714 across 47 states.
According to a recent law firm commissioned survey of people who hired an attorney within the last year, the leading way they found that attorney was through relationships.
If you are participating in social media for your law firm, you should also be monitoring whether or not what you are doing on social media is helping you reach your law firm marketing goals.
One of the most common questions I get from attorneys is how to identify the right social media networks for their firms. Frankly, it’s not that hard.
Do you know how much money each lead is really costing you?
If you are still trying to wrap your head around how to use Twitter, here are 7 tips that can take you from Twitter newbie to tweetmaster quickly.