7 Best Resources on Using Facebook For Law Firms

By Law Firm Suites - February 7, 2020
7 Best Resources on Using Facebook For Law Firms

Using Facebook to market your law firm doesn’t have to be difficult. These articles can help you do it right!

When it comes to social media marketing, especially Facebook, for your law firm, you need the best tips and tricks to do it right. These articles can help you out!

1.  New eBook: Things I Wish I Knew About Social Media Marketing Before Going Solo

For many lawyers, social media is an area where there is room for improvement. But a few attorneys have figured out how to successfully and efficiently use it to build their practices. This article provides an insider’s perspective of how a successful lawyer used social media marketing to get clients.

2.  The Top Tips I’ve Learned From Facebook

“Social media is one of my best tools for marketing and one of the foundations of social media marketing is Facebook.” In this week’s edition of Things I Wish I Knew, New York solo lawyer Joleena Louis shares the top tips she has learned when using Facebook to market her firm.

3.  8 Law Firms Getting Social Media Right

Social media offers law firms a fantastic opportunity to connect with the industry’s influencers and thought leaders while also personally engaging with potential clients and prospects. But if you’ve been hesitant to jump into the social media waters because you aren’t sure how your law firm can take part in this new form of networking, just take a look at some of the firms that have it figured out.

4.  The Biggest Mistake Lawyers Make with Facebook Ads

Lawyers are not typically naturals at marketing. Often, they tend to throw money at lead generation rather than thinking through the most efficient strategies. But posting ads up on social media without a plan can feel like you’re throwing money down a bottomless pit. Follow this article to learn about the biggest mistakes that lawyers make with Facebook ads.

5.  4 Tips on How to Get More Leads with Facebook Ads

If you’re going trying to build a larger audience and find new leads for your law firm then Facebook ads are something you’ll want to check out. But using them correctly and most efficiently can be tricky. To get this ball rolling, here are four strategies you can use to find leads that don’t require a doctorate in Facebook ads.

6.  Use Facebook Insights and Boost your Page Performance [Infographic]

Just think about it, wouldn’t it be great to know who is following your Facebook page? What content do they like? What day and time are most of them viewing your page? What device do they use to see your page? What actions are they taking on your page? How does your page stack up against your competitors? That is literally an information gold mine and if used correctly, could propel your firm to the best version of itself. Use this infographic to learn how Facebook Analytics can help you get the most out of your social media marketing budget.

7.  What To Post On Social Media To Get New Clients

The biggest roadblock to successful social media marketing is a lack of consistency. And that lack of consistency comes from not having a plan or knowing what to post regularly. In this week’s edition of Things I Wish I Knew, New York solo lawyer Joleena Louis shares how she has used social media to get new clients for her firm.

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