Lawyers & LinkedIn: 4 Easy Ways To Repurpose Your Content

Lawyers & LinkedIn: 4 EASY Ways For You To Repurpose Existing Content

Nancy MyrlandAll Posts, LinkedIn, Social Media Leave a Comment

One of the most effective ways to let your clients and potential clients know you are knowledgeable in the topics they care the most about is to share content that demonstrates your knowledge.

It takes time to create and share content. You’re busy. How are you supposed to find time to do all of this?

In my latest 2-minute, 41-second episode of Legal Marketing Moments (my 2-3 minute podcast), I share 4 quick and easy ways for you to repurpose existing content that will help you build your reputation and your relationships on LinkedIn.

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After you listen, let me know which one of the four is your favorite!

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Nancy Myrland Legal Marketing Consultant

Nancy Myrland is a Marketing and Business Development Advisor, specializing in Content, Social & Digital Media. She helps lawyers and legal marketers grow by integrating all marketing disciplines in order to build their reputations and their relationships, which leads to building their practices.

Also known as the LinkedIn Coach For Lawyers, Nancy is a frequent LinkedIn trainer, as well as a content marketing specialist. She helps lawyers, law firms, and legal marketers learn and implement content, social, and digital media strategies that cut through the clutter and are more relevant to their current and potential clients.

As an early and constant adopter of social and digital media and technology, she also helps firms with blogging, podcasting, video marketing, voice marketing, and livestreaming. Nancy also works with many firms and lawyers on Zoom and virtual presentation training and coaching to be the best they can be when presenting online.

She also helps lead select law firms through their online social media strategy when dealing with high-stakes, visible cases.