It’s a challenging time for everyone in terms of generating new business right now. Some clients are reluctant to engage with outside counsel and certain matters have been put on hold with the world being in such flux.

If you are a senior associate or junior partner who has lost momentum on building your book of business and/or brand due to the pandemic, or you’re just starting to think about developing new business, I have a few ideas. Consider doing these now to lay the groundwork, put yourself in a strong position in the future when it comes to lead generation.
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I hope you’re all doing well in spite of these difficult times. I wanted to let you know about a free virtual program I’m doing tomorrow June 4 at 1pm ET. Anyone can join – consultants, in-house marketers of any level, lawyers or business professionals.

The program will cover how to use social media

It’s a challenging time for everyone in terms of generating new business.

Some clients are reluctant to engage with outside counsel and certain matters have been put on hold with the world being in such flux.

If you are a senior associate or junior partner who has lost momentum on building your book of business

I wanted to share a few quick tips on to use social media to build your business and brand:

  1. Share content that is helpful and useful for your target audience and written in their language
  2. Offer solutions and insights to your clients’ pain points with everything substantive you post
  3. Don’t wait to post content –

I love to write, and I write often on my blog and JD Supra. But did you know that I write articles, blog posts, social media content, web copy, bios, practice and industry descriptions and award submissions for my clients too?

Writing takes time and I can make the process easier and more efficient for

I will be offering another virtual program on Wednesday, May 27 at 1pm ET to raise money for Feeding America, a nonprofit helping those who need food most right now. (A recorded on-demand option is also available – just note that in the comments on the registration form.)

The program will focus on how

It can be hard to come up with new content ideas on a consistent basis, especially when you are a solo practitioner, small- or mid-size firm, but it’s crucial. The key to social media success is to consistently post helpful content so that you are top of mind to your network for when they need

Every piece of content you post on social media should always support your overall business goals. Take the time to figure out what your goals are before you start posting content. This will help you figure out which social platforms to use and what you should say on those platforms.

  • Post with purpose
  • Post to

Join me for a webinar on 5/11 to raise money for COVID-19.

I’ll be hosting a virtual program on Monday, May 11 at 1pm ET on how to effectively use social media for business development and branding during COVID-19.

For many business professionals, social media is an often underutilized or misused tool for business