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How to Create a Private Facebook Group for Networking and Referrals

With limited in-person networking, many people are turning to Facebook Private Groups to connect with others. Laura Ernde explains the steps.

Laura Ernde - October 28, 2020
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Internet Marketing for Law Firms: How to Protect Your Referrals

Mark Homer | Not doing the basic work to ensure you have a strong internet presence when someone searches your name means that you are likely losing referrals that you didn’t even know you had.

Mark Homer - October 22, 2020
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LinkedIn Profile Update: How to Stand Out in 4 Simple, Achievable Steps

Tea Hoffmann: Here's how to conduct a step-by-step LinkedIn profile update — because when your business is running on virtual connections, a stale profile isn’t going to cut it.

Tea Hoffmann - September 22, 2020
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Five Quick Ways to Boost Your Visibility

Laura Ernde | Feeling hidden away while working from home? Here are ways to boost your online visibility — and stay top of mind with potential clients.

Laura Ernde - August 21, 2020
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Don’t Fall for Spammy Lawyer Awards and Rankings Submissions

Laura Ernde | Don’t be tempted to shortcut your marketing efforts by signing up for one of the many unreputable lawyer awards and rankings services. Do this instead.

Laura Ernde - July 9, 2020
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Tips to Upgrade Client Communications During the Coronavirus Crisis

Content fatigue is a real thing in good times and in bad. Try Julie Savarino's pointers on making sure your communications are well received.

Julie Savarino - June 9, 2020

Shiny New Social Media Syndrome for Lawyers

For lawyers, “shiny object syndrome” often becomes “shiny new social media platform syndrome.” Advice from Megan Zavieh on keeping ethics in mind from the moment you sign up.

Megan Zavieh - June 1, 2020
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Web Presence: Why Online Marketing Is Much More Than Your Law Firm Website

A strong web presence — one where clients find you and are convinced to contact you — means more than a killer law firm website. Mark Homer explains.

Mark Homer - May 12, 2020
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5 Tips to Get More Clients Now and After the COVID-19 Shutdown

Use these local marketing tactics from our recent webinar to position your law firm for survival and success, now and after the crisis has passed.

Mike Ramsey - April 20, 2020

Pull Back or Press On? Reevaluating Your Social Media Strategy During a Pandemic

Some members of your audience are seeking information related to the virus, while others would rather not be immersed in news about it 24/7. Before you proceed with posting as usual, here are some tips to help you determine how to move forward.

Michelle Garrett - April 17, 2020