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.
Mary O’Carroll, Head of Legal Operations, Google, posted her closing remarks from the May, 2017 CLOC Conference telling attendees that legal operation changes are happening now. Law firms need to take head.
Ms. O’Carroll stated, “Today, I’m here to say: We are no longer on the verge of anything. We have arrived”.
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Over the past three years, over 70% of the respondents continue to actively integrate social media into their marketing mix while admitting they are still learning about how all of this fits together. And while LinkedIn continues to be the most often used social media channel, a surprising 53% of the attorneys indicated they rarely or never share status updates. Continue reading Analysis of Social Media Trends in 2015