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1. 5 Career Changing Tips for Lawyers Who Hate Selling
There seems to be a general perception that selling is not professional. But, solo lawyers must learn how to sell themselves if they want to be successful. This article offers advice that will help you set aside the old selling paradigm so you can learn how to leverage your sales skills to bring in new business.
2. Are You Missing Out on a Huge Opportunity by Not Hiring an SEO Agency?
It’s entirely possible for an attorney to learn the basics about SEO, and even do well with certain tactics, like mastering Local SEO. But solos may be missing out on a huge market opportunity by not hiring an SEO agency. This expert interview will give you the inside scoop on SEO agencies, and whether solos should consider hiring one.
3. 7 Ways Avoid the Dangers of a Lack of Self-Discipline
Do you know how much more you could accomplish with increased self-discipline? This is one of the most important virtues to have if you have any aspirations of your firm taking-off. Without self-discipline, your solo or small practice will never reach its full potential. Follow this tips to make sure your practice succeeds.
4. Why Money Alone Wasn’t Enough To Achieve Success as a Solo
As a solo there are going to be many slow months, especially in the beginning, so money alone will not be enough motivation to see it through. This article explains why the happiest and most successful lawyers are motivated by their clients, their passion for their practice area and their challenging cases.
5. My Top 5 Mobile Apps For Solos
It’s not surprising that I am not alone in this regard. According to the American Bar Association’s latest Legal Technology Survey Report, mobile lawyering is more popular than ever and doesn’t appear to be slowing down. In this week’s edition of Things I Wish I Knew, New York solo lawyer Joleena Louis shares her top five favorite mobile apps that she uses in her own solo practice!
6. Coworking Space for Lawyers: The Ideal Environment for Referrals
Referrals are vital to building a full client pipeline and maintaining a steadier income. In this article, you will see how sharing coworking space with other lawyers helps small practices enjoy the advantages of lower costs, a prime location, a great community and more referral revenue.
7. Money Management: 8 Tips to Benefit Your Solo Law Firm’s Bottom Line
Starting your solo firm is a nerve racking process. Your financial status is never far from your thoughts. Finances often spawn worrying questions that can keep a solo attorney up at night. This article lists the best tips to help you manage your money so you can run a more efficient firm.
8. 5 Ways Virtual Office Space Gives Solos a Professional Edge
Renting a traditional office space may be overkill for some lawyers if they don’t use it all the time. This article explains why a virtual office space might be the ideal solution for lawyers who want the advantages of working in a prestigious office, but also need to manage costs.
9. Why Online Legal Marketing Isn’t Enough in a B2B Law Practice
For B2B law practices, relying solely on online marketing, or ignoring it altogether, is bad business. According to a study published in the McKinsey Quarterly, B2B clients regularly use an average of six channels to get the information they need to retain services, and that two-thirds come away frustrated by inconsistent experiences. This article explains online marketing techniques that will help you get in front of prospective clients.
10. How Networking Can Quickly Improve Your Law Firm Marketing
It may be unnerving at first, but once you realize almost everyone despises networking, it levels the playing field. Successful networking doesn’t require any magical trick or special advantage. This article provides simple and actionable tips you can use to develop meaningful relationships with referral sources at your next networking event.