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

This is not the year to take a break from marketing during the summer.

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. This is the time to focus on your ongoing business development and branding efforts.

This is not the year to take a break from social media during the summer. Instead this is the time to focus on your business development and branding efforts.

I don’t know anyone right now especially (or ever) who would say they have enough clients or work. I think everyone is nervous about the economy, the ability to maintain their current volume of work, bring in future clients and support their people.

That being said, it’s incredibly important to ensure your current clients are happy and that you are consistently generating new sources of leads and referrals.

Here are 25 ideas on how to do that, which now involves shifting your strategy from in-person networking and client entertaining to having a strong online presence and thought leadership platform. If you have never used LinkedIn, written an article or blog post or spoken at a webinar, now is the time to pivot to doing all of these. It is never too early or late to start marketing yourself or your firm.


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My guess is that many of you have more free time now due to the pandemic, which had slowed down deal flow and litigation activity.

Plus working from home eliminates the need for commuting, giving you extra hours in the day to focus on marketing and business development.

This is a great time to become

I am thrilled to be featured in a recent Practising Law Institute (PLI) #inSecuritiesPod podcast along with the brilliant Deborah Farone.

In the podcast, Deborah and I discuss the strategies and tactics we each leverage to help law firms, individual attorneys and practitioners build thriving practices. We delve into how firms and lawyers can

A law firm’s most precious assets are its clients, which are the source of both today’s business and tomorrow’s referrals. It’s never been more important than right now to integrate the voice of their clients into all you do. Unfortunately, many law firms still haven’t adopted a client-centric mindset as they engage with their clients and prospects, which often leads to what I call lots of random acts of marketing. There’s nothing worse than bombarding your clients with lots of non-focused content.

The fundamental and critical elements of business development success include forming strong online and in-person relationships, and providing exceptional client service at all times.

Since in-person networking is on pause for now, online networking is the most important tool  we have.

It’s never been more important to be client-focused as it is right now as we face this global pandemic, which is affecting everyone around the globe.

Here are nine ways to adopt a more client-centric mindset at your firm.
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For true social media success, it’s not enough to post strong content to your firm’s social media accounts, you also need to tap into the critical social networks of your employees – particularly the superstars – to ensure maximum reach and engagement.

Why? Because many of their important contacts are not following your firm’s company