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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. How To Grow Your Firm Without Sacrificing Your Personal Life At The Same Time
Here’s how to grow your firm without sacrificing your personal life. Launching and scaling any type of law firm comes with no shortage of sacrifices, and it’s no surprise that many of these concessions start at home. Building a successful law practice doesn’t have to be all or nothing.
3. 4 Tips Lawyer’s Can Use To Better Manage Their Virtual Assistants
More and more lawyers are using the skills and help of virtual assistants every day. The Bureau of Labor Statistics states there are nearly four million assistants in the United States alone, and lawyers are relying on them more than ever for time-consuming non-legal tasks like copywriting, scheduling consultations to write and sending marketing emails. Once you’ve hired a virtual assistant for your practice, it’s important to have a clear cut plan on how to manage them most effectively.
4. 5 Tips to Help Introverted Lawyers Build Stronger Firms and More Productive Client Relationships
As a solo or small firm attorney, networking and socializing with peers and clients is the primary way to grow your firm. Which usually requires you to attend a lot of events. This can be a bit of a challenge for many lawyers who tend to be more introverted in nature. These 5 tips will help even the most introverted of lawyers to grow their practices build strong and supportive professional connections.
5. 5 Tips For Novice Lawyers On How To Promote Your Services With SMM and SEO Methods
Once you become fully licensed and ready to practice, you might think that your client’s book is suddenly going to fill up overnight. The truth is that many people already have a lawyer they trust, and new entrants into the market have a tendency to seek out experience. If you want to get your career off to a fast start you’re going to need to learn how to market and promote yourself. Not sure how to do it? Here’s everything you need to know.
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. 5 Questions to Ask Yourself Before Starting Your Own Law Firm
how do you start a law firm that will stand the test of time and beat the odds? There are many things you can do to prepare yourself or tools you can buy, but having a set plan and established goals will help make sure your practice starts out on the right foot. Before you leap into opening your solo or small law firm aka your new business venture, consider these 5 questions.
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. Lawyers Working In An Office Are Getting Ahead Of Their Competition And Here’s Why
It’s not uncommon for new solo or small firm lawyers to work remotely, using virtual offices for their professional business addresses while actually working from home or a coworking space. Discover several perks (many of which you’ve probably never even thought of) that come with operating a law firm within a lawyer focused office suite.