What can you do to thank clients this holiday season in a value added and meaningful way which will also enhance your firm’s brand?
Staying top of mind with in-house counsel, clients, prospective clients and referral sources is a major reason to post content on LinkedIn. Posting gives you the opportunity to show you have the latest information in your area of expertise, whether it is original content or posting someone else’s great article, such as this one, demonstrates your depth of knowledge. Be a thought leader and post away.
Published in JD Supra Perspectives 2017
According to the 2016 American Bar Association Technology Report, “Taking control of your online presence is a necessity, and there are few better ways to do so than social media. Used carefully, social media can give your firm a voice, amplify your professional reputation, and help drive new business.”
Yet many attorneys and other professional service providers continue to avoid this reality. Social media and content marketing are this new reality but excuses and resistance to change still abound. With so many different social media platforms let’s narrow the focus of this conversation to the #1 platform for business – LinkedIn.
The legal department of a Fortune 500 company was reviewing their legal operations practices and interactions with their internal clients. Under the leadership of their Senior Vice President and General Counsel, the legal department of 25 attorneys decided to ask their internal clients at the company how their services were being viewed and what could be done to improve upon them.
It accelerates relationships and reputations.
There are many facets involved in creating complete client satisfaction and loyalty. Clients obviously need to be informed as to the status of their matters. Communication is key. However, these days keeping clients informed of industry trends, new regulations or laws, relevant cases, and newsworthy articles can take client communication to a new and higher level.
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Getting case studies from clients can be a winning strategy to boost the effectiveness of your Content Marketing program. This article provides four easy ways to get your clients into the fold.
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This is our fourth annual social media survey of small to mid-size law firms in Orange County, California. There’s no denying that social media usage has surpassed the tipping point in 2016. 84% of responding firms selected visibility raising as the number one reason for engaging in social media. Thought leadership was another important reason to engage. Only 17% of firms do not actively post fresh content on their website or social media platforms. Continue reading 2016 Annual Social Media Survey Released
Most of us are familiar with the age old tale about the shoemaker’s children not getting their new shoes in a timely fashion. Well, I must confess rebranding one’s own company is a lot like living this story. Continue reading The Shoemaker’s Children…
The following is an interview with Jeffrey Verdon, managing partner of the Jeffrey M. Verdon Law Group based in Newport Beach, California. Jeff has been living and expanding the firm’s brand for years. The firm’s band, The Fusion of planning and protection, is an evergreen part of how the firm operates, treats their clients and expands their practice. Jeff is a testament to how a thoughtful and meaningful brand can be a successful living concept which truly reflects what a firm stands for and is all about. Continue reading The Living Breathing Brand of the Jeffrey M. Verdon Law Group