Using Twitter is a great way to enhance your personal brand as well as your firm brand. It can be hard to find time to write long-form, but tweets are short and you have control over them yourself, making it easy to create and share content on the platform. Importantly, it is also easy to engage with leaders in your practice area or industry, to raise your profile.

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If you know me or have seen me speak, you can tell that I am very passionate about what I do – and it makes it all worthwhile when you actually hear from people about how you actually helped and inspired them to go the extra mile in their marketing efforts or to step out

I always love reading annual the Greentarget State of Digital & Content Marketing study. It is filled with great insights and suggestions on how law firms and professional service firms can better engage with their target audiences by using social media and content. Here are some of my favorite takeaways from the study:

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Curating content gives you the ability to cover a much broader set of topics than you would be able to cover on your own if you were to depend solely on writing articles yourself for your content strategy.

Curating content provides you with the opportunity to connect with other thought leaders. It also shows you

I’m thrilled to once again present a session at the New York City Bar’s Small Law Firm Symposium, which will be held on November 7. This year I will be speaking about “Enhancing Your Online Presence to Grow Your Firm (and Your Brand) Without Breaking the Bank,” exploring how social media marketing and its accompanying

When it comes to content distribution and amplification, I really do get by with the help of my friends.

Many law firms (and their lawyers) invest considerable time writing great content, but are disappointed by the results. Either their thought leadership efforts don’t lead to new business, or they fail to garner media attention or the attention of clients/prospects.

This isn’t necessarily because the content is poorly written. Often it is simply because not enough of the right people, your target readers, have the chance to see the work. Fact is, we operate in a competitive and saturated market and simply getting someone to open your email and read your content is very difficult.

So, what can you do to stand out from your peers?

Bring in the special forces to take your content efforts to the next level. If you are at a small-or mid-size firm, like I am, with less content than Big Law competitors and a smaller in-house team, you definitely need JD Supra to support your efforts. 
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Sometimes the small things right in front of us, by nature easy to do, are the smartest things to advance your marketing and business development efforts. Though these actions may seem small, they can be incredibly rewarding. Sometimes all it takes is picking up the phone or crafting a thoughtful email or just letting Google work for you.

Here are some easy, “low hanging fruit” ideas that can lead to success: 
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If you are a LinkedIn company page administrator, you now have a new tool available called LinkedIn Pages Employee Notifications to easily let your employees know when you’ve posted an update on your company’s page. Note – that this is rolling out to users and may not yet be available to you – so stay