Law Firm Suites’ Top 10 Blog Posts of the Week For Attorneys

By Law Firm Suites - November 24, 2019
Law Firm Suites’ Top 10 Blog Posts of the Week For Attorneys

Check out our top performing blog articles!

We’ve gathered the top performing Law Firm Suites blog articles of the week. Take a look and see what interests you!

1.  The Lawyer’s Guide to Publishing LinkedIn Articles

Attorneys don’t simply sit back and keep track of the news. No, they publish great content to reach high-value audiences and, most importantly, get exposure for themselves. If you’d like to get serious about LinkedIn, use these tips for successful content marketing. You’ll differentiate your firm as more knowledgeable and credible.

2.  5 Ways to Increase Referrals From Your Past and Current Clients

Many law firms are turning to client referral techniques as a means of increasing revenue and their client base. Your potential clients already trust their friends/peers a heck of a lot more than they’ll ever trust your firm’s advertising, and they’ll be cheaper for your company to acquire. So if you’re ready to take advantage of these super high-quality referrals then you’ll want to pay close attention to these tips.

3.  6 Tips That Will Immediately Improve Any Lawyer’s Sales Skills

For many lawyers, there’s something about selling that even feels unethical about selling. Like it’s beneath the profession. And like most others, lawyers also are not breaking down the door with excitement to learn sales techniques. But if you hope to build and sustain a successful law practice then you’re going to have to learn how to sell your services. But how do you learn these skills, even without having a ton of practice or leads to gain experience with? In our profession, selling sometimes gets a bad rap. But that doesn’t have to be the case. Follow this article to get 6 tips on how to improve your sales skills right away, then you can close more deals and grow your firm into what you had always imagined it would be.

4.  Understanding Law Firm Clients And How They Hire Lawyers [Infographic]

Every year, FindLaw conducts a U.S. Consumer Legal Needs Survey that asks the question every attorney wants to know; what influences someone’s decision to hire a lawyer? The survey revealed some characteristics of law firm clients that attorneys need to dial into their marketing strategies. Check out this infographic to learn more about the habits of legal consumers and how you can better position your firm to get their attention.

5.  How To Make The Best First Impression With Your Law Firm’s New Clients

As my Dad has always told me, you only get one chance to make a good first impression. So to help ensure your relationship with that new client gets off to a roaring start, here are 6 simple tips that you can use to make a great first impression when meeting new clients in your office.

6.  Focus On These 4 Types Of Content To Grow Your Law Firm

Your potential clients want information, no, they need it. They are not going to hire a lawyer without doing their research first. You can expect they will have already studied up on not only the legal matter at hand but also on you, your firm and the competition around town as well. That is why your firm needs to be putting out relevant content that not only showcases your expertise as a lawyer but who you are as a person as well. Start using these 4 types of content in your law firm marketing strategy and watch your practice grow!

7.  Why Shared Law Office Space Is A Safer And Cheaper Option

No matter if you have been practicing for 30 years or you are fresh out of law school, the office that you choose to practice out of can make a massive difference in the success of your practice. Learn the benefits of shared law office space and why other lawyers are making the switch.

8.  Shop Talk: Clients Who Don’t Pay Piss Me Off

The number of clients who just don’t pay their legal bills never ceases to amaze me. Frankly, it pisses me off. You’d think that clients would think twice about stiffing a professional who is in the lawsuit business, but they do not. Law Firm Suites’ founder and corporate attorney, Stephen Furnari, spouts off about deadbeat clients and questions why lawyers do not pursue collections more aggressively.

9.  3 Obstacles That Come With Being A Young Solo Lawyer and How To Overcome Them

Being a solo lawyer of any age is very difficult. There are constant challenges, rejections, and hardships. Plus, as a solo lawyer, everything falls on you. It has also been called the three-headed monster: servicing client matters, dealing with firm admin and finding time for marketing. These are challenges that all solo lawyers face, but they can be especially difficult for young solos in particular, follow this article to learn more.

10.  4 Simple And Super Useful Hacks That Boost Creativity

Some of the most successful lawyers embrace and harness their inner creativity, look holistically at the situation, and deliver appropriate, relevant, and often more innovative solutions to the challenges their firm’s face. Follow this article to learn more about four great ways to encourage, cultivate, and drive creativity. Then use these new skills to get more clients, improve how your firm operates and build a more successful and profitable law firm.

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About Law Firm Suites

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