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3 Proven Strategies To Help Lawyers Get More Clients From Social Media
Social media can be a powerful tool for getting your law firm to stand out from the competition. But not all social media marketing strategies are created equal. While some do a great job of acquiring new clients, others seem to fly entirely under the radar. So what makes the difference? A major factor simply comes from the way you set up your social media campaigns. As important as the right text and image can be, they will only be as effective as your strategy allows them to be.
Improve Your Follow-Up Strategy, Get More Clients [Infographic]
By now you’ve probably heard the advice that prospects need to be contacted as many as eight times to be converted from leads into clients. But as it turns out, you can greatly improve your chances of converting leads into clients by changing the timing, frequency, and method you use for follow-up. Sales automation company, Velocify, conducted a study of 3.5 million different leads to determine, using science, the best follow-up strategy for converting leads into clients. For example, did you know that the odds of converting a lead increased by 391% if you simply call them within one minute of the initial introduction?
I Get More Clients With My System For Initial Consults
Like any busy solo, I am constantly looking for ways to get more clients. As my practice gets busier, it’s harder to get more clients by simply spending more time on marketing. There are only so many hours in a day. Over the past year I have taken a serious look at my processes in hopes of making my practice more efficient, especially my marketing > consult > closing > onboarding process. By doing this, I am able to get better results with the same amount of lead traffic.
6 Ways To Use Storytelling To Attract New Clients
Having a compelling brand voice is necessary for most businesses, even law firms. Success stories persuade people like nothing else. Potential clients like to hear stories about your legal battles. You’ve worked hard to win them, so why not advertise your skills? Storytelling makes customers feel safe and informed. A well-designed content strategy can make you stand out from the competition.
8 Tips On How To Get Clients For Solo Attorneys
So, you just have finished law school and want to start the journey of being a solo attorney. But doing this comes with challenges. Besides having to pay all the bills and do all the work by yourself, you also have to get clients. And while there are many ways to keep your clients happy by having a proactive mindset and communicating effectively, here are some suggestions on how you can get more clients. There are a lot of things to take into consideration when promoting your work, your brand, and yourself. As a solo attorney, you have to do all these things by yourself, and finding the magic formula might be easier than ever with these 8 tips.
3 Quick Ways To Get New Work From Past Clients
As solo’s, we spend a lot of time focused on bringing in new clients, but we often overlook the clients we have right now as a source of new business. Your marketing strategy is incomplete if you don’t have a plan for getting new work from your past or current clients who know and love you.
5 Tips For Keeping Clients Happy As A Solo Attorney
Keeping clients happy is essential to running a successful solo practice. These great tips can help ensure you’re providing the best customer service in your law firm. The number one thing solo attorneys constantly worry about is where they’re getting their next piece of business. Whether it’s from referrals or attracting new prospects, getting new clients as a solo lawyer is tough. But what about once you have clients? This is where customer service comes into play and truly sets the foundation for successful law practice. In fact, keeping your clients happy may be the key to never worrying about new business.
5 Guaranteed Tips That Will Help Lawyers Improve Their Sales And Close More Deals
Converting leads into paying clients is a challenge that every lawyer is going to face day in day out. In the past, lawyers built a book of business by advertising in the yellow pages, direct mail, radio, newsletters, cold calling, and word of mouth. Today the main and most effective method of marketing is either online marketing or networking. And as a result, those who are looking to hire a lawyer are spoiled with access to tons of information. Meaning they are already more informed than before and as a result, the sales process is going to need to change too. So why doesn’t every lawyer have great success with closing these new Internet leads? Here are 5 tips to help improve your law firm’s close rates and boost your bottom line.
Watch Out For These 6 Red Flags When Bringing On Potential Clients
If you are a litigator, it can sometimes be difficult to get off of a case once it has reached a certain point, so your best bet is to prequalify your clients before accepting the case. Over the past few years, I’ve come up with a few rules that help me weed out potential clients who don’t fit with my practice. If a prospect has done any of these six things, I will most likely decline to accept the case.
6 Phrases You’ll Never Hear From Successful Lawyers
Building a successful law firm is no small feat, which is why you won’t hear these phrases from the ones that have already done it. There is a massive drive for most lawyers to always sound intelligent and informed. Lawyers respect competence in others, which means they are most likely insecure about sounding incompetent to their clients and peers. That’s why it is so important for you to realize the power of your thoughts and the things you say to yourself and others. These phrases define how you think, how you act in and around your practice, and how your peers and clients perceive you. What you might think is incredibly important and will mold not only your day but your entire career and the lifespan of your practice without you even realizing it.