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We’ve gathered the top performing blog articles of the week. Take a look and see what interests you!
1. How Lawyers can Increase Revenue by Decreasing Busy Work
Many lawyers face the temptation is to try to do everything on your own to save money, especially if you’re starting a practice on a shoestring budget. Wasting time in your practice can limit your income potential, or even worse, it can destroy your firm. Follow these tips to make sure that doesn’t happen to your practice.
2. What my Parent’s Battle with Cancer has Taught Me About Perseverance as a Solo
“Unfortunately, my family is no stranger to cancer. But as my parents always taught me, there is a lesson to be found in every struggle and I’ve certainly learned a lot from my parents’ experiences.” Follow one solo lawyer’s journey and see how she has translated these tough life experiences into her solo practice. Helping her to be an even better lawyer and person as a whole.
3. 5 Ways to Make a Great First Impression in a Shared Law Office Space
How you greet a client in reception will set the tone for the rest of your meeting and play a big role in their level of satisfaction with your services. This article offers steps lawyers can take to make sure their first encounters with clients are positive and result in better relationships.
4. Why Your Firm Needs To Be Using Video Marketing [Infographic]
last year we saw a huge increase in the amount and effectiveness of video marketing. Marketers have been using video to combat people shortening attention span, and so far it has really been working. Lawyers should be taking advantage of this opportunity too. Use this infographic and learn how video marketing can take your firm to the next level!
5. You Never Know When or Where you Might Make a Great Networking Connection
You never know where you might find a great networking connection. In this week’s edition of Young, Hungry & Committed, Maryland solo virtual office lawyer Liz Johnson shares how her simple trip to the salon had a surprising impact on her firm.
6. Is Coworking A Good Option For Lawyers?
For attorneys, the benefits that come with coworking typically include a steady stream of referrals and saving legal research time via asking an experienced colleague a practice question when it comes up. Read this article to learn more reasons why some many lawyers are switching to a coworking style of office.
7. Taking Extra Time Off Can Boost Your Solo Practice [Infographic]
40 hours a week is the standard for full-time employment. But for lawyers, working 50 to 70 hours isn’t unheard of. Even though lawyers often work long hours, they are no different than other professionals when it comes to the benefits of taking time off. Use this infographic to learn how taking time off can help you provide a better service to your clients, while also taking care of yourself.
8. A Lack of Passion for your Practice will Lead to Financial Ruin
Just stating the obvious – we work more hours than the average professional. The work is intellectually demanding and adversarial in nature, which in and of itself creates a lot of stress, which can impact how much enjoy practicing law. Follow this article to get advice on how to make sure you retain your love and passion for your practice.
9. The Secret Recipe for LinkedIn Marketing [Infographic]
Millions of professionals are using LinkedIn to network and create business opportunities; however, we’ve noticed a shocking number of lawyers who are not taking full advantage of the platform. This is where the marketing experts at LinkedIn step in. They have put both their top tips into this well-designed infographic, so follow along and start to improve your LinkedIn marketing plan!
10. Why Your New Jersey Firm Needs A Manhattan Virtual Office
If you are not maintaining a professional identity in New York City, you are literally losing out on tens of thousands of dollars each year in potential new clients and under-billing existing clients. A Manhattan virtual office allows New Jersey home-based lawyers to charge a higher hourly rate than their New Jersey only counterparts, regardless of their practice area. The number don’t lie, so what are you waiting for?