Content marketing has increasingly become a powerful tool for law firms of all sizes seeking to reach and engage their target audience. It goes beyond traditional advertising, static websites and social media tweets.

Effective content marketing consistently provides valuable insights, thought leadership and educational content, intentionally created for the executives, companies, industries and markets most relevant to your capabilities and strategy. This will help achieve your primary objectives which are to create additional opportunities and revenue by influencing perceptions and encouraging action.

One essential but often overlooked aspect of a successful law practice is the effective tracking and management of a law firm’s experience.

Experience management goes beyond mere client testimonials or case histories; it involves a systematic approach to gathering, organizing and leveraging a firm’s expertise across its practices, industries and regions. In this blog post, I will delve into why law firms need to track and manage their experience and explore the tangible benefits this practice can bring.