Whether you are a solo practitioner or a large-sized firm, an email newsletter is a building block of a solid digital marketing strategy. In the past five years, the number of email marketing tools and programs has grown. Previously just a few options for managing an email newsletter existed; now there are many options.
You’ve likely heard the news, read an article or have even seen PSM talk about it on our blog: Video is king for digital marketing! But as a firm, hearing “you must use video” can be annoying and frustrating. Why should you use video and what benefit will it have? These are valid questions. After […]
The social media world saw many changes in 2018. From data breaches to algorithm changes, social media struggled with growing pains. Now that 2018 has ended and 2019 is in full force, there’s one question on the mind of every marketer and firm: What will the year ahead bring for social media? Given that the […]
In previous decades, attorneys like you may have been able to generate buzz for your practice through print ads, newsletters, and traditional marketing strategies; that’s simply not the case in 2019. With so many firms in competition for the same cases, you have to take prompt action to stay on clients’ radars if you hope […]
Small firms and solo practitioners often find themselves decades into their lucrative legal career with no clear successor. After creating a respectable and decorated reputation for their firm, many are left asking themselves what’s next for the practice once their name is no longer on the door. If you’re an attorney who sees retirement on […]
As a successful attorney, you may sometimes be busier than you’d prefer to be. In your busiest moments, it’s tempting to reevaluate your schedule and look for ways to cut back on your time commitments. In many cases, the first thing on the chopping block is your firm’s marketing efforts.
Many small firms and solo practitioners have a good understanding of marketing and how it affects their business. If you don’t have an expansive marketing department like a large firm would, you’ve likely had to educate yourself and make smart decisions about which marketing avenues to pursue. With so many options, though, it can be stressful and overwhelming to determine the best marketing strategy for your firm.
Not all clients are a pleasure to work with. Some are demanding and high maintenance. Others don’t respond to requests for information or pay invoices on time. These are what we call “toxic clients.” And they are likely doing more harm than good to you and your staff.
Let’s face it, attorneys are a driven bunch, and that can sometimes mean the grass always seems greener on the other side. As new opportunities for growth present themselves, whether that may be a chance to go in-house with a client, to join a well-known, reputable firm, or to start your own firm, it can […]