Think of earned, owned, and paid media like a three-pronged support – each element is an important part of the whole and all contribute to a complete media marketing strategy. Earned and paid media extend the reach of your owned media; and, to be successful, you need to amplify and scale your owned media channels….
Month: January 2019
In today’s social media-centric world, it can be easy to assume that you have all of the major platforms figured out. While you may know Instagram is the platform for primarily image-based content and LinkedIn is for professional connections, you may not know about the tiny details each platform has available to further the social reach of your law firm. This is especially true when it comes to Twitter and utilizing Twitter lists.
At this point, it’s clear that when it comes to social media, there are hundreds of metrics to track and analyze. At the end of the day, you still might be left confused or unsure of how much progress you have actually made. In part one and two of this series we discussed the ins and outs of both Facebook and Twitter analytics that you should actually care about. Now it’s time to cover LinkedIn analytics.
There’s one thing the law firm marketing experts at Stacey E. Burke, P.C. are always asking clients to provide, but we almost never receive: case results and/or representative matters. Case results should be present on every law firm website because they provide significant value. Unfortunately, since we can’t read minds, we have to rely on our clients to provide us with this information. Any lawyer that has successfully handled or assisted in any type of legal matter has case results, and they should absolutely be on your website. Here’s why.
Is your law firm contemplating a new website this year? Building a new website or redesigning an existing one can vary widely in price depending on a variety of factors. Find out more here.