We've come a long way, baby! Three years ago, when I founded my company Law Gravity , I talked to a lot of law firms about their "plans" for using social media. Their response: "What plans?"
There were firms that had a blog or two, but few looked beyond into opportunities presented...
It's mid-December and much of the country is buried in a cold snap. It's also the time of year where we all seek frenetic joy in the holiday shopping, eating, drinking, socializing Spirit. And, it's also budget season - still - for many law firms.
While we are seeing an uptick in optimism...
Conversations in the Marketplace
In the purest sense the social Web is a very large marketplace populated by people who come and go for the purpose of engaging in conversations about things they do, make, think about, and care about, and of course to buy or sell things. The majority of your conversations...
Looking back - Looking forward.
Social media and social networking platforms open up doors to new relationships and often work well as tools for marketing - broad distribution, top of mind impact, and exposure for expertise.
However, looking back on my social media involvement during 2010, these...
Let me start with a confession.
It took me a while to "get" Twitter .
The first time I tried it (which I think was 2008), I just used it to consume
information. It wasn't great for a number of reasons - firstly, I didn't put a
lot of time in to work out who to follow (and in particular...
A client mentioned to me this week
that things are a little slow, so he has more time to think about marketing.
Too bad! He should have been thinking about his next clients when he was busy.
Yeah, I know, easier said than done. However, when you are pressed for time to
complete a client's matter...
I have worked with Paul Grabowski, Esq.
at two well known Texas law firms, Andrews Kurth and Porter Hedges , where he led the marketing departments.
He just wrote this post for Thom Singer's blog (Thom Singer
is also an Andrews Kurth marketing team alum), which should resonate with
many of the...
I've always argued that joining
organizations for the purpose of business development is a waste of time for
most lawyers. Too many think that by simply joining associations will result in
clients flowing to the firm. On the other hand, most lawyers do understand that
it takes more than that;...