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

Being an entrepreneur is a great way to make your mark, pave your own path while being your own boss. Especially if you can identify a need in the market for goods or a service that you can provide that others are not providing in the same way or not providing at all.

That being

For those of you on Twitter, here are a few ideas to help boost your followers and engagement on the platform. The best part? None of these take a long time to do. They just require a little bit of time each day.

Why should you be on Twitter? Decision makers, reporters, recruits, referral sources,

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

Every few years I get the opportunity to speak with my friend and industry leader Adrian Dayton on a social media panel. This is the year!

Join me and Adrian later this month for a virtual panel at the LMA Midwest Region Tech Conference on 10 pandemic friendly LinkedIn tips your lawyers need to know

Here are a few ideas to organically grow your social media presence and followers on any social channel (only go where your clients/customers and prospects are):

  • Build an editorial calendar to map out future posts
  • Find your niche
  • Share value-added content
  • Use visuals (use canva.com to help you create posts) and create interactive content such