If individual lawyers at a law firm position themselves as thought leaders and industry experts through speaking engagements marketing, they can leverage this influence to both answer the questions of potential clients and to build brand awareness for the entire law firm.
Author: Stacey E. Burke
Just as with our legal work, when it comes to law firm content marketing, planning in advance improves the execution. Taking the time to research, map out, and plan every aspect of each piece of content your law firm will produce makes it easier on the lawyers and/or other authors to be consistent with voice, timing, objectives, and effectiveness. If you don’t create a plan to get everything done that needs to be accomplished, the chances of it happening decrease. This is why we recommend and explain below how to create a comprehensive content marketing strategy for lawyers and law firms.
Law firm content marketing is one of the quickest and most effective ways to increase traffic to your website, establish your attorneys as thought leaders, and generate more business. Become an authority in your areas of practice and industries of focus and sign up more of your ideal clients by starting a successful legal blog.
Has your law firm bought lots of domain names but doesn’t know what to do with them? Learn how to use them (or not) for the best SEO results.
Since we can’t speak at live events or network in person, online authority marketing is more important now than ever before. People who decide to market their authority invest in what appears in digital search results for their name, their firm name, and their specific areas of expertise. When the results of a web search position you and your firm as experts in your practice areas and geographic locations, your authority or credibility rises.
Now that we, as an industry, have made our way through three-fourths of an historical year, what should we do with the three months we have left? What should a law firm do between now and the end of the year?
Facebook advertising lingo has evolved over the years, but many (including me) who have been using it since the beginning still use the outdated phrasing: “promoted post” or “boosted post.” While you can boost a post by clicking the “boost post” button that appears on every Page post, that type of “boost” doesn’t provide the level of sophistication available in Facebook Ads Manager.