Lawyers, Stop Worrying About The Guy In The Third Row

Nancy Myrland All Posts, Presentation Skills 2 Comments

I listened to a video interview with Seth Godin where he talked about a conversation he had with one of his longtime mentors, the great Zig Ziglar, before Zig passed away. Seth told a story about how Zig made an impact on how he views giving presentations. I think we can all learn from his words.
Seth and Zig were both scheduled …

Lawyers, Is Social Media Worth It? You Decide.

Nancy Myrland All Posts, Business Development/Sales, Lawyer Marketing, Lawyers, Legal Marketers, Legal Marketing, Social Media 0 Comments

I’ve heard these comments, or ones similar to them, many times in the past several years.
“I’m not sure this is all worth it….this Social Media thing.”
“I tried LinkedIn, but it didn’t produce anything for me.”
“I can’t see how Twitter could possibly result in anything positive.”
“Why would I want to spend time on Facebook?”
“I have no desire to sit in front …

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 …

Content Isn’t King. It’s Emperor Of The Universe.

Nancy Myrland All Posts, Content Marketing, Social Media 2 Comments

Yesterday, I attended a webinar called “Beers, Blogs and Brands: A Comprehensive Approach To Law Firm Marketing,” sponsored by My Case, provider of web-based legal practice management software.
Sam Glover, lawyer, blogger and founder of Lawyerist, the law practice blog, was the guest presenter, and covered a lot of territory in an hour.
Sam broke his presentation down into these categories:

Brand vs. Reputation
The …