Will The Real Super Bowl Advertisers Please Stand Up? #SB50 #SuperBowlAds #SB50Ads

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It’s over. Super Bowl 50 is now a part of history. Living in Indianapolis, I am very happy for Peyton Manning. Whatever he decides, and I think we all know what’s coming, he can go out on top, proud of the legacy he left behind in two cities that grew very fond of him.
Enough About The Game!
Aren’t we really here to …

It’s Official. You’re In Charge!

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It’s over. You no longer have to wait for someone else to promote you. You’re officially in charge!
Remember the days when you hoped a member of the media would pick up your story, your accomplishments, your firm name, your pro bono work, or some other worthy piece of information that showed what a decent person you were, and what a strong …

Content Marketing…It’s Time You and I Have A Little Talk

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I just finished reading the latest blog post by Ann Handley, bestselling author and MarketingProfs Chief Content Officer, titled Content Marketing Grows Up: My Prediction for 2016. You should read it…when you’re finished here, of course. Seriously, you should always read what Ann writes.  
Ann likened content marketing’s journey in 2015 to someone who has been on a year-long bender. She described what …

Breaking LinkedIn News: Who’s Ready For Business Chat?

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LinkedIn just announced what I think is a smart, long overdue messaging and chat feature that will help users communicate faster and more efficiently.
If you’ve ever tried to go into your LinkedIn “email” box to send and receive messages, you know that it wasn’t the most user-friendly environment. It took too many steps, was a bit cumbersome, and resembled some …

Lawyers: 4 Easy Ways To Choose The Right LinkedIn Groups

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This is a video originally recorded today on Periscope. The actual lesson starts after about a minute as it is a best practice to welcome viewers into the “Scope” for a bit while you wait for people to join. Periscope only saves livestreams for 24 hours, so I have all of mine archived on katch.me. If you’d like to follow …

You’d Better Export Your LinkedIn Contacts Now

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You might already know this, but you have the ability to export your LinkedIn contacts.
Kind of.
I mean, you used to.
Well, you can for a while.
Alright, not really.
Well, you can, but you’d better hurry.
Here’s The Deal
Phew! That made me tired!
For a long time, we have been able to click on Settings, then choose to export our LinkedIn contacts. This is a …

Lawyers, Are You Paying Attention To Video?

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Just when you thought it was going to fade into the sunset (okay, who really thought that?), video as a communication tool is continuing to come on strong as a viable, valuable marketing tool for lawyers, legal marketers and law firms.
Recently, news out of AdAge tells us that:
“The ever-gestating business of online video just took a very big step into …

Lawyers, It’s Time To Stack The Deck In Your Favor

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Do you know anyone like this?
They question the need for marketing because they know their clients come from referrals. Their clients tell them regularly that they asked several of their colleagues who they recommend in their practice area, and their name was given to them.
Maybe that someone is you?
I Don’t Blame You
Knowing business comes from referrals, you wonder if all …

Lawyers, Are You A One-Client Pony?

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Most of us have heard of a one-trick pony, right?
The dictionary tell us it is:
“A person or thing with only one special feature, talent, or area of expertise.”
Over the years I have been working in legal marketing, both in-house and not so in-house (that would be now as I consult), I’ve heard lawyers tell stories about having only one special …

#LetsAskNancy 005: Lawyers, Should You Start A Practice Area Twitter Account?

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#LetsAskNancy is where I answer questions others have about legal and lawyer marketing and business development, including content, social and digital marketing. 
You have a choice…either listen to this post in the podcast player by clicking the arrow, read it below, or both!

 
Today’s question was posted in a legal marketing group I am a part of on Facebook. A well-known legal …