As the legal industry evolves so is the way in which law firms communicate with their potential clients and the public. While traditional earned media through public relations has been the tried and true method for garnering visibility which can then be leveraged by law firms on social media, leveraging owned media for social media marketing offers law firms a fresh and authentic approach to engaging their audience. Here’s how your law firm can effectively incorporate owned media into its content marketing strategy.

In today’s rapidly evolving legal landscape, staying ahead of the curve is essential for law firms looking to attract and retain clients. As social media continues to reshape the way we communicate and do business, LinkedIn has emerged as a powerful platform for law firms to connect with corporate counsel and potential clients.

Here are some important trends from the BTI Consulting Group’s recently published Benchmarking Law Firm LinkedIn Performance Report,

In today’s digital landscape, maintaining a streamlined online presence is essential for professionals across all industries. One subtle yet impactful way to enhance your digital footprint is by personalizing your LinkedIn profile URL. A custom URL not only makes your profile more accessible but also reflects a proactive approach to professional branding. Let’s delve into the nuances of this feature and its significance in your LinkedIn strategy.

In today’s digital age, the landscape of content marketing has evolved significantly. For law firms, which are steeped in tradition and often rely on word-of-mouth referrals, adapting to the new methods of digital content promotion can seem challenging. But in truth, it’s an opportunity. Contemporary content marketing, especially for law firms, is all about achieving the right balance between showcasing expertise and meeting the needs and interests of your clients. Here’s how law firms can excel in the new era of content marketing.

Previously, LinkedIn Company pages could follow other pages, making it easy for companies to stay in the loop with industry peers, clients and even competitors. However, there was a slight catch — you couldn’t directly see which company pages were following your own. But that’s a thing of the past as LinkedIn has added the ability for pages to see the other pages that are following them.

LinkedIn recently introduced a series of enhancements to its newsletter feature, amplifying the way users create, share and engage with content on its platform. Utilizing LinkedIn newsletters offers professionals an unparalleled avenue to establish thought leadership, connect directly with their audience and foster deeper professional relationships.