As we approach the end of a calendar year, law firm management is reviewing the past 12 months to see how far your law firm has progressed toward its goals along with how important metrics are trending year-over-year. Since having a good looking, properly functional, optimized law firm website is imperative for business success, part…
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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).
You’ve been regularly posting on your law firm’s social media channels and now you are wondering if the return on investment (ROI) is there. Social media metrics have come a long way over the years, and these days you can glean excellent insight into how your social posts are performing. But which of the countless available metrics, statistics, and data should you focus on? How do you prove whether or not your efforts are making an impact?
You’ve probably asked yourself if Twitter is actually helpful for growing your business or if it’s a total waste of time. The truth is it’s only helpful for promoting your brand if you know how to use it. If your law firm decides to invest the time in using Twitter, you’ll want to get the most out of your efforts. You should strategize your social media tactics by learning how the Twitter algorithm ranks and displays tweets to users.
There is no denying the ever-growing popularity of Instagram for both personal and professional use. Because of this, law firms and other businesses are coming out of the woodwork, building out profiles, and even advertising on the social platform. Not only is it great exposure for your law firm, but Instagram is the fastest growing social network and allows for some of the greatest engagement. Who could say no to that?
In 2009, I began my Twitter odyssey scared I would not be able to figure it out and nervous I would do something wrong and look like an idiot. I persevered with the help of some online friends and began an ongoing love affair with my favorite social media channel. Over the years, as my understanding, usage, and following on Twitter all grew, most lawyers I knew remained indifferent to social media and in particular Twitter.