Lawyers, Are You Paying Attention To Video?

Nancy Myrland All Posts, Branding, Business Development/Sales, Marketing Strategy, Social Media, Video Marketing 3 Comments

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 …

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#LetsAskNancy 003 – Lawyers, Why Should You Publish Your Content On Other Sites?

Nancy Myrland #LetsAskNancy, #LetsAskNancy, All Posts, Blogging, Business Development/Sales, Content Marketing, Marketing Strategy, Social Media 0 Comments

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Hey, Where Did All My Online Friends & Connections Go?

Nancy Myrland All Posts, Business Development/Sales, Content Marketing, Social Media 0 Comments

Remember that passionate follower of yours on Twitter that shared everything you wrote?
Remember that new connection you made on LinkedIn that seemed interested in what you had to post?
Remember that friend that went out of his way to like everything you wrote on Facebook?
Remember that energetic commenter that used to support you on your blog?
What in the world happened to …

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I Might Have To Smack You If You Do This On LinkedIn

Nancy Myrland All Posts, LinkedIn, Social Media 0 Comments

I’m not naive. I’ve seen my share of rotten business practices, along with many good ones, some even great. I’ve witnessed people who try to do good, and plenty who seem to specialize in doing the opposite.
Teaching marketing, and social and digital media for the past umpteen years, I’ve seen plenty of people try to find the easiest and quickest …

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Competition Watching? Who Cares!?

Nancy Myrland All Posts, Blogging, Content Marketing, Social Media 0 Comments

During a MarketingProfs PRO webinar with Mack Collier just now, an attendee expressed concern in the chat room about not blogging because it will show competition what she is up to.
She asked:
“What about any concerns about blogging about topics/issues that may give competitors info about your services that you may not want them to know?  My client may not want …

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