Too many lawyers do not realize they can’t land kudos and be easily cited without a Twitter account.
I regularly monitor sources and subjects for items of interest to me. I do it with my news aggregator, Feedly.
Many of the items I read I share on Twitter. View Full Post
For the third year, legal practice website Attorney at Work
has conducted an annual survey that reports on the social media habits, preferences and attitudes of attorneys. The latest survey, conducted in February 2017, gathered responses from 302 lawyers.
While perhaps not statistically significant, these responses are interesting to note in terms of identifying trends in the legal profession regarding the use of social media marketing. View Full Post
How many posts are needed to launch a law blog? One. And I’m serious.
Too many lawyers and law firms take all the fun out of blogging before they even get started by working on a series of blog posts before they take their law blog live. View Full Post
It felt good to walk our business loan payment over to our bank this afternoon.
I’m old school where we deposited our paychecks and made loan payments in person — especially on Fridays.
Gave loan officers, and even the president of the bank the opportunity to get up from behind their desks to shake the hands of customers and ask how they were doing. View Full Post
For years, doctors have been complaining about patients who self-diagnose via the Internet. Because so many potential clients are searching the Internet for legal services and consulting with others on social media, lawyers are facing this same problem.
This means that law firms must pay more attention than ever before to the lead conversion process, nurturing qualified leads along a pre-defined buying path that starts with, “Why should I hire you?” and hopefully ends with them ready to buy. View Full Post