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To Build a Stronger Personal Connection With Clients, Highlight Common Interests

Sally Schmidt | A common interest won't be the only reason a prospect sends you work. But once you’re on the shortlist, that personal connection can push you to the top.

Sally J. Schmidt - October 15, 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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Your Competition Is Lazy: Three Things Small Law Firms Can Do to Find New Business Now

Roy Ginsburg | Small firms may be in a perfect position for new client acquisition in 2021 — as long as they follow these three steps.

Roy S. Ginsburg - September 21, 2020
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Six Business Development Strategies for Lawyers

Sally Schmidt | Right now the edge goes to the incumbent, but there are things you can do to put yourself in a position to generate new business. Here are six business development strategies for this challenging time.

Sally J. Schmidt - August 25, 2020
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Side Hustle for Lawyers: I Created an Online Course for People Who Will Never Hire an Attorney

Ruth Carter says having other streams of income helps provide financial stability in the unstable, often stressful world of solo practice. Her new side hustle targets people who won't pay a lawyer, but will buy an online course with legal information.

Ruth Carter - June 16, 2020

To Build Business, Forget the Funnel and Think of a Garden

You don't need to reach a huge audience to build business for your law practice. Narrowcasting, says Tom McMakin, trumps broadcasting in the world of expert service providers.

Tom McMakin - March 5, 2020
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Driving Revenue: Matthew Prinn on the Rise of RFPs

Ari Kaplan speaks with Matthew Prinn, principal of RFP Advisory Group, about why RFPs have become so important for the legal industry.

Ari Kaplan - March 3, 2020

Buyers and Sellers: Two Prime Opportunities for Legal Marketing and Legal Operations to Collaborate

Want to sell legal services better? Matt Prinn says you need to get the right people in the room (and it's not always the lawyers).

Matthew Prinn - November 11, 2019

What Prospects Really Need Is Help Making a Good Decision — These 10 Steps Will Do It

Mike O'Horo explains the process whereby you help those who’ve found you make a well-informed and reliable decision — painlessly for them and for you.

Mike O'Horo - October 24, 2019

The Lateral Partner Revenue Mirage

Mike O'Horo explains the perverse dynamic at play when firms hire lateral partners, and what's really at stake.

Mike O'Horo - August 22, 2019