Simple Tips On How Lawyers Can Get More Out Of LinkedIn [Infographic]

By Law Firm Suites - September 26, 2019
Simple Tips On How Lawyers Can Get More Out Of LinkedIn [Infographic]

This helpful infographic highlights 10 easy ways that any lawyer can improve their performance on LinkedIn

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.

The fact is, lawyers who aren’t putting effort into their LinkedIn presence are leaving money on the table. And we think that one reason for this trend is because some lawyers don’t know how to best use LinkedIn as a marketing tool.

With LinkedIn fast becoming one of the most popular social media platforms in the world, small firm lawyers have an unprecedented opportunity to turn their expertise into revenue for their firm. And the best part, it doesn’t take very much time to yield big results on LinkedIn, making it an excellent tool for busy lawyers.

While many in the legal community have an account on the social network LinkedIn, they don’t typically maximize the potential of their interactions. To help with just that, the pros over at Attorney At Work have shared this incredible helpful infographic that highlights 10 easy ways that anyone can improve their performance on LinkedIn and generate immediate results. Check it out for yourself and start updating your profile immediately!


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