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Who Has Time for Lunch? Try Collaborative Thought Leadership Marketing Instead

Today people are less inclined to accept invitations to schmooze. Instead, says Jay Harrington, ask them to collaborate on an article, white paper or other projects.

Jay Harrington - February 24, 2020
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7 Statistics That Prove How Valuable Thought Leadership Marketing Is

Most law firms engage in various forms of content marketing. Fewer actually practice true thought leadership marketing. The qualitative difference between the two is significant, as is the quantitative impact on a firm’s bottom line.

Jay Harrington - January 28, 2020
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It’s Time to Overcome Your Fear of Narrowing Your Focus

Jay Harrington says if you want more business, build a narrowly-focused practice.

Jay Harrington - January 13, 2020
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My No. 1 Marketing Tip for Lawyers in 2020: Start a Podcast

Jay Harrington says it's time to jump in and ride the podcasting wave.

Jay Harrington - November 20, 2019
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A Simple 3-Month Strategy for Lawyers Who Are New to LinkedIn

Aim for sequential growth that eases you into LinkedIn's many tools. Get comfortable. Gain confidence.

Jay Harrington - June 13, 2019
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How to Become a Thought Leader

Principles to keep in mind when building your personal brand through the content you produce and share.

Jay Harrington - May 28, 2019
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Thought Leadership Marketing for Lawyers

Your competitors are shouting “I’m an expert” across the web. Here's how successful thought leaders stand out amid the noise.

Jay Harrington - September 18, 2018
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Running a Modern Law Firm: Interview with Billie Tarascio

Billie Tarascio is one of those lawyers who I love to watch to see what she’s doing next.

Ruth Carter - September 12, 2018

Better Market Focus: Some Small-Town Wisdom for the Big City

You may be good, but you’re not unique. So how do you compete? Find a better market focus — a definable group that you have some honest connection and affinity with.

Dustin Cole - August 27, 2018
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