The marketing industry has been hyper focused on Millennials for the past two decades, but they have already peaked as a percentage of the adult population, making up just over 40% of the global population. By 2030 this percentage is expected to drop to just under 37% as Generation Z starts to come of age.
In the professional services world, referrals are the lifeblood of obtaining new clients, and in some ways also retaining your clients.
My friend Josh Baron is a lawyer in Utah and I find his LinkedIn posts to be very insightful. We actually met through LinkedIn. We became fans of each other’s work, and it’s really…
We almost made it through 2020. What a blur. I hope you’ve been marketing yourself and your firm as this is not the year to take a break from marketing, business development and social media.
Even under the best circumstances, it’s incredibly important to ensure your current clients are happy and that you are consistently generating new sources of leads and referrals, as well as visibility.
With the pandemic still looming over our heads and the second wave upon us, this is the time to focus on your ongoing business development and branding efforts.
Here are 25 ideas on how to do that, which involves shifting your strategy from in-person networking and client entertaining to demonstrating client-care and empathy in all you do and having a strong online presence and thought leadership platform.
This morning, I went to use a pen that I got at a conference last year (I really do miss in-person conferences) from a law firm service provider. It’s my favorite pen. It writes perfectly, it never leaks on anything, it has the perfect consistency and it is a bright color, so I can always…
No matter how brilliant a lawyer is, he/she is unlikely to steadily bring in business throughout their career solely through providing high-quality legal services.
In any relationship-driven business, the vast majority of work goes to those who not only do great work but who understand their clients’ businesses inside and out, make their clients look good both internally and externally, and are the kind of people with whom clients genuinely like working.
That being said, building relationships takes patience, persistence and a personal touch, which are skills that all of us can refine and polish.
I’ve put together tips for lawyers at any level focusing on cultivating and strengthening relationships (although they can be adapted to anyone in pretty much any field). I hope they inspire you (and lead to new clients)!
My good friend Kristyn Brophy contributed this great piece to the blog. You should follow her!
Do you remember going to conferences and in-person events pre-pandemic? You would walk into the room, greet the individuals working the registration table, and they would search through a sea of little paper rectangles to find your name tag.
I’m excited to speak to the NALSC (National Association of Legal Search Consultants) Fall Symposium today on how to use LinkedIn in a changed marketplace. I’ll be showing attendees, who are in the legal search field, how to create custom graphics (I promise if I can do it, so can you!) like this and how…
It’s so easy to forget to be client-centric all the time especially during this extraordinary past 7 months filled with new stressors and pressures.
It’s also easy to be forgotten during a time when we aren’t seeing others regularly in person and we aren’t front and center with our professional network.
But there are a…
So many organizations and individuals spend lots of time creating great content but then they post it once to their web site and social media (I call this “one and done”).
This is a huge waste of your time and effort.
A blog post or article can be turned into multiple pieces of content in…
Here’s an idea for what to say on social media when you’re running low on things to say.
A great idea to reuse and repurpose your content (and headshots) is to create a content campaign based on bios to shine a spotlight on key lawyers and their practices.
Choose highlights from the bios as your…