What Should I Post On Social Media?

Who Am I To Share Content?

Nancy MyrlandAll Posts, Business Development/Sales, Content Marketing Leave a Comment

There are many professionals who are hesitant to share what they know on social and digital media because they can’t imagine what they would have to say that people would want to read, hear, and/or see. In this 2-minute, 9-second episode of Legal Marketing Moments (my 2-3 minute podcast), I will help you get past this feeling of not being …

2023 LinkedIn Is Rolling Out A New Way To Make Your Profile More Noticeable

LinkedIn Is Rolling Out A New Way To Make Your Profile More Noticeable

Nancy MyrlandAll Posts, LinkedIn, Social Media Leave a Comment

LinkedIn is rolling out a new feature that will call attention to your posts and other activity on LinkedIn. As I often mention when I work with my clients, I want your profiles and your content to be scroll-stopping (desktop), or thumb-stopping (mobile). This new feature will help stop the scroll as it will make your profile more visual. Visuals …

Law Firms, Are You Still Discouraging The Use of Social Media?

Law Firms, Are You Still Discouraging The Use of Social Media?

Nancy MyrlandAll Posts, Social Media, Social Media Ethics & Regulations Leave a Comment

I read an article last Friday on Law.com about law firms that put restrictions on the use of social media by their legal and business professionals. You might find it hard to believe this is still an issue, but it stems from some firms being worried about what’s going to happen on social media. They don’t fully trust their people …

Lawyers Which Invitations Should You Accept on LinkedIn

Lawyers and LinkedIn: Which Invitations Should You Accept?

Nancy MyrlandAll Posts, Business Development/Sales, LinkedIn Leave a Comment

I am often asked by clients which invitations they should accept or extend on LinkedIn. Let’s look at this from a few different angles to find out what the right approach is for you. Can You Connect The Dots? The most direct answer I offer you is: If you can connect the dots to this person, then accept the invitation. …

Lawyers, What Is Holding You Back From Creating Content?

Lawyers, Is This What Is Holding You Back From Creating and Posting Content? You’re Not Alone.

Nancy MyrlandAll Posts, Content Marketing, Social Media Leave a Comment

One of the strongest ways to stand out from the competition is to establish yourself as a thought leader in your practice area by creating content that speaks to the issues and challenges your clients are facing. Writing, recording, or presenting information that can help your clients and potential clients, or that they might find interesting, is the great equalizer …

2022 One Question To Ask Yourself

In 2022, Here Is One Powerful Question To Ask Yourself

Nancy MyrlandBusiness Development/Sales, Content Marketing, Marketing Strategy, Training in Client Service and Business Development/Sal Leave a Comment

Hi there. Happy New Year! In some ways, 2022 is a fresh start. In other ways, it is a continuation of what you were already working on in 2021. Both are good. You don’t have to start over if what you were doing before worked. If it wasn’t working, then some change might be a very good idea. Let’s Make …

Do Associates, Partners, and Senior Partners Need To Focus On Networking?

Do Associates, Partners, and Senior Partners Need To Market Themselves?

Nancy MyrlandAll Posts, Business Development/Sales, Networking, Social Media Leave a Comment

At every stage of your career, there is a case to be made that you need to market yourself and that you need to pay attention to traditional and social networking. It is never too early and it is never too late. Well, let’s discuss because I have thoughts about this for lawyers at every stage of their careers. Listen …

Why Won't Publications Ask You For A Quote

Why Won’t Publications Ask You For A Quote?

Nancy MyrlandAll Posts, Content Marketing, Lawyer Marketing, Social Media Leave a Comment

Wouldn’t it be nice if you could get the trades and business publications to write about one of your recent matters or accomplishments? Wouldn’t it be nice if your name was included when your client’s merger was discussed in the news? Wouldn’t it be great if your local business journal acknowledged what you and your firm are doing in the …

Burger King's BIG Twitter Mistake: Lessons Learned

Burger King’s BIG Twitter Mistake: Lessons Learned

Nancy MyrlandAll Posts, Crisis Management, Social Media, Twitter Leave a Comment

In case you were too busy yesterday to notice the Internet blowing up about Burger King’s social media misstep, let’s take a moment or two to help you catch up, and for me to share my perspective on the situation so that we can all learn from this situation. We all need to be very careful about being clever on …

Lawyers, A Robust LinkedIn Profile Is Not Enough

Lawyers, A Robust LinkedIn Profile Is Not Enough

Nancy MyrlandAll Posts, Business Development/Sales, LinkedIn Leave a Comment

You can’t expect your LinkedIn profile to do all of the heavy lifting for you. You might be surprised to read that from me because you know me as an active LinkedIn trainer and coach, but this next point is important. Networking Is A Contact Sport When it comes to reaching the right people at the right time with the …