We see a lot of our clients make the mistake of focusing just on their placement and or their website. In reality, you need to be where your potential clients spend time online.
Your website is like seeing someone’s CV and your social media is like meeting someone in person – and be able to speak and interact with that person. It takes the relationship to a whole different level.
Social media is not an afterthought. It is about developing a personal brand online in the platforms where your audience is actually spending their time.
Things to share on social media can include your latest blog posts and testimonials but it also needs to require a healthy mix of items that reveal who you are as a firm. Is the combination of all those thing will make out who you are as a lawyer.