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We’ve gathered the top performing blog articles of the week. Take a look and see what you can use in your practice!
1. How 3 Small Firm Lawyers Use Hootsuite to Manage Social Media Posts
Today, every lawyer needs to have some sort of social media presence. But managing those social media channels is easier said than done. This article shows how three solo and small firm lawyers use the social media management app, Hootsuite, to give their online marketing a boost.
2. How Lawyers Get Video Marketing All Wrong
Video is one of the fastest growing forms of marketing for law firms; however, it can also be very easy to get wrong. Find out why some lawyers aren’t seeing the results they want with video and learn best practices for creating videos that get clients to pick up the phone.
3. How to Use LinkedIn Groups to Get New Clients
LinkedIn groups are pages you can follow on your LinkedIn account that will allow you to interact with professionals in the same industry or with similar interests to share content. They can prove to be a great resource if managed correctly. Follow this article to see how LinkedIn groups can connect you with other lawyers and help bring in more referrals.
4. What is a Virtual Law Office?
Sometimes when the words “LAW” and “VIRTUAL” are put together they are used interchangeably to describe different concepts. With the law being a profession where the definition of words really matter, subtle differences can have a meaningful impact on an attorney’s compliance with ethics rules. In an effort to set the record straight, here’s a quick definition of a virtual law firm, a virtual law office and legal virtual services.
5. 4 Mistakes to Avoid When Starting Your Law Practice with a Virtual Office Rental
Even if you’re on the verge of opening up your law practice and becoming your own boss, you must make sure you’re prepared. That includes knowing which mistakes to avoid when using a virtual office. This article explains common behaviors of solo attorneys using a virtual office that can inhibit the growth of their law practice.
6. The Pros and Cons of Choosing NYC Coworking Space for Lawyers
Leasing a private office or working from home might not be the best office arrangements for your firm. What is the alternative? Coworking. This article explains the pros and cons of coworking space so you can determine what type of office will fit with your lifestyle and make your firm a success.
7. A Guide to Personal Branding: Determining Your Law Firm’s Core Values
It’s impossible to build a strong personal brand without first defining the core values of your law firm. When you intentionally develop your core values it makes it makes it easier for you to stay true to yourself and your clients. This article explains a process you can use to start developing your core values.
8. To Avoid Solo Attorney Burnout, Make Time for Family
It’s easy to burnout when you have so many responsibilities as a solo attorney. That is why the most successful lawyers lean on their family’s to help keep themselves grounded. This article explains how one solo attorney actively makes time for his family, helping him avoid isolation and returning to work feeling more motivated.
9. Tips for Cultivating Referrals from your Legal Peers
Your legal peers can be your best source of referrals. But much like any other relationship, there are certain things you can do to increase the likelihood of a long-lasting mutually beneficial relationship. Discover two simple tips that will help you create more powerful and mutually beneficial referral partnerships.
10. 8 Biggest Challenges of a Small Firm Lawyer [Infographic]
A not long ago, we surveyed attorneys in the Law Firm Suites network to get a sense of their biggest challenges in their small firm practice. For example, small firm lawyers balance so much at once that it can be easy to forget something as simple as a follow up. Learn about the other challenges that solo and small firm lawyers face every day, and discover how you can improve your firm’s efficiency.