Part One: Negative Reviews on Facebook and Google Practicing law is providing a professional service, and thus law firms benefit from online reviews. However, opening yourself and your law firm up to receiving reviews doesn’t just allow for positive news. Receiving negative feedback can be devastating, as these reviews are often left flippantly, sometimes even…
Business development is a revenue generation tactic most law firms are familiar with. Strategies can include attending and participating in CLE’s, submitting your written work to legal and academic journals, and more. With this in mind, it’s important to know how to expand on business development basics to further your firm’s reach and to ensure you are getting the most out of your efforts.
As digital marketing progresses, your strategy must evolve with it, which is why we are suggesting your law firm gets started on Instagram.
Content marketing is a hugely successful marketing strategy that uses the production of quality content to increase organic search engine rankings. The centerpiece of a content marketing strategy is an editorial calendar. Without an effective and well thought out editorial calendar, your content marketing will likely fall apart. Here are five tips for creating the best editorial for your content marketing.
Logo files can come in many different formats, and each one should be used for the proper purpose. Using the wrong file type creates instances of blurry logos or logos rendered in the wrong color or size. Find out more about what you should use when.
If you’re planning to speak at an event or you want to pitch yourself to speak at an event, you’ll need to write a speaker biography to properly introduce yourself to the audience. But what should you put in the bio? How do you highlight your skills without sounding like you’re bragging? Personally, I’ve found…
In today’s digital-centric world, reviews are essential. We look to them to know if a new restaurant we want to try out will be worth it, if the latest smartphone really lives up to the hype, or even just to see what people are saying about the newest super hero movie franchise’s release. So while we often look to Yelp and other review-focused sources for this information, why is it many neglect to do the same for themselves professionally?