Blogs For Business: 5 Things Every Lawyer Should Know
Blogs are one of the most powerful marketing tools that lawyers have at their disposal. They can showcase your practice area expertise. They can maximize your firm’s online presence. And they can help drum up new business. A 2012 study found that nearly 50 percent of U.S. law firms say social media initiatives such as blogging have generated leads.1
How can you get the most out of your blogging efforts? Mark your calendar for Blogs For Business: 5 Tips for Law Firm Success, a FindLaw webcast on Wednesday, May 22nd, 2013. There are two sessions to choose from, 1 p.m. CDT and 3 p.m. CDT.
The free, 45-minute webcast will detail the natural connections between blogging and other social media tools, examine types of blog content, discuss blog post frequency and cover a variety of related issues.
Todd Strong founded Peoria, Ill.-based Strong Law Offices in 1999 with the goal of helping injured workers and accident victims. In the years since, he’s tried, argued and arbitrated claims and cases for employees in diverse fields and circumstances. He’s also worked with an equally wide range of individuals and organizations, including health care providers, experts, defense attorneys, large companies, insurance carriers and more. He earned his B.A. from Illinois Wesleyan University and his J.D. from the Valparaiso University School of Law. Strong’s practice is 100 percent focused on litigation, and he is a member of the Illinois Trial Lawyers Association.
Sr. FindLaw Client Development Consultant Craig Smith has worked in the legal industry since 2000, focusing the bulk of his efforts developing marketing strategies to benefit solo and small law firms. He specializes in using a comprehensive, consultative approach to uncover the right mix of tools and services that will help his clients maximize their online reach and connect with qualified prospects.
1 ALM Legal Intelligence Report, 2012
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