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.
Author: Lisa Hopkins
Politics: a topic so controversial it’s become its own third rail. Social media is awash with political posts nowadays. And with mid-term elections just around the corner, it seems politics is inescapable. So how should a law firm navigate social media and politics? Is there danger in mixing the two for your business and digital reputation? The answer is unequivocally yes, as demonstrated over the weekend by a restaurant in Houston, Texas.
Facebook’s advertising platform dates back to the first introduction of Facebook in 2004, undergoing significant changes over the years to become the powerhouse advertising platform it has become today. Facebook generates a staggering 98% of its global revenue from its advertising platform alone – an estimated $40 billion in 2017. Facebook shows no signs of slowing down its investment in offering paid advertising options.
A law firm’s website is its most important digital asset, and now more than ever serves as the initial point of contact for many potential new clients and referral sources. With the ever-evolving landscape of digital trends, search engine algorithm changes, and mobile vs. desktop metrics, ensuring your website stays up-to-date can be a time-consuming process. Below are often overlooked tips but essential to digital marketing success.
Your law firm has updated all of its digital assets, you’re posting regularly on social media channels, adding content to the website once a week, and scheduling your Q2 e-newsletter to go out. Now what should you do in terms of marketing?? Below are four innovative ways to market your law firm you may not have tried… yet.
Between blog posts, content marketing, social media platforms, online advertising, email, and text messages, there are more ways to communicate digitally than ever before. Constantly communicating with your clients or referral base is incredibly easy in today’s digital age, but it’s also easy to overdo it. While keeping website content and postings fresh is important, make sure you don’t alienate your followers with information overload.
Hiring a new employee can be incredibly daunting. At least one person at your law firm will have their work hours reallocated to combing through potentially hundreds of resumes, enduring back-to-back phone interviews, and finally selecting someone with no guarantee about how he or she will work out. While the process can seem overwhelming, this can be a great opportunity to inject new energy and ideas into the firm.