As digital marketing progresses, your strategy must evolve with it, which is why we are suggesting your law firm gets started on Instagram.
Category: Social Media Marketing
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?
There is always more to be done when it comes to optimizing your firm’s digital assets. With any marketing strategy, you must determine your priorities and figure out how to get the most out of your existing properties. Along those lines, next on your strategy list should be SEO’s little sister: social media optimization (SMO).
Google+ may be dead, but Google My Business Listings continue to become more and more important for law firms. Make sure you are up-to-date with the latest developments.
For many law firms, getting started on social media may seem like a piece of cake. All you need is a few photos and ideas for content to start posting, right? Unfortunately, a few photos and fun ideas don’t make for a long-term strategy or a strong presence on social media. Having a strong brand identity that reflects your firm’s values and showcases the applicable practice areas effectively is what will make your law practice stand out from the crowd. This can be accomplished by finding out the proper voice and tone your firm should use on social media.
As we cope with the loss of our old friend Google Plus, we can now say hello to a new(ish) and improved way for your business to share news: Google Posts.
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….