Lawyers, What Is Holding You Back From Growing Your Practice?

Lawyers, What Is Holding You Back From Growing Your Practice?

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

My husband just had knee replacement surgery on January 16. During the most normal of times, the Ortho docs will warn you that this is one of the toughest surgeries to recover from, more than his 5 meniscus surgeries, the hip replacement he didn’t need (another story for another day), the two rotator cuff surgeries he had, and on and …

Should You Personalize LinkedIn Invitations To Connect?

Should You Personalize LinkedIn Invitations To Connect?

Nancy MyrlandAll Posts, LinkedIn, Social Media Leave a Comment

The debate goes on whether or not we should personalize invitations to connect on LinkedIn. Short answer? Yes, I think you always should, and here’s why. Why Do You Want To Connect on LinkedIn? There are various reasons you might want to connect with someone on LinkedIn. Your reasons are probably different than my reasons, which are different from the …

LinkedIn How To Add Clickable Links To Photos

LinkedIn Will Now Let You Add Clickable Links To Photo and Video Posts

Nancy MyrlandAll Posts, LinkedIn Leave a Comment

LinkedIn is rolling out clickable links in photos and videos in the newsfeed. This will be available on personal profiles as well as on your business page. This is good exposure for you, so I want you to be ready. When I first reported on this on my LinkedIn profile last week, I didn’t have this feature. The next day, …

Can Your Personal Brand Hurt Your Firm's Brand?

Can Your Personal Brand Hurt Your Firm’s Brand?

Nancy MyrlandAll Posts, Branding, Personal Branding Leave a Comment

Let’s talk about building your brand within your firm, and what you might want to think about in order for that effort to go as smoothly as possible. Let’s say you are a practicing lawyer within the firm and it’s important to you to be out there and visible and building your brand separate from your firm’s brand. It could …

Lawyers, How To Grow Your Practice - Stay The Course

Lawyers, How To Grow Your Practice: Find The Course, Then Stay The Course

Nancy MyrlandAll Posts, Business Development/Sales, Podcasting, Podcasts & Recordings Leave a Comment

If you’re anything like me, there are times when there is something you want to accomplish, and you just want it to happen now. You wish you could close your eyes or snap your fingers and it would just be done. Wouldn’t that be nice? I know I would love that! You know this skill, this practice, this process, or …

Personal Branding For Lawyers With Nancy Myrland

Personal Branding For Lawyers: What Do You Want To Be Known For?

Nancy MyrlandAll Posts, Branding, Personal Branding Leave a Comment

If one of your goals is to become well-known so that your name automatically rises to the top when others have a need for someone who does what you do, there are a few things you can do to make that happen. Allow me to help. Don’t They Know What You Do? It would be nice if your phone just …

Lawyers, The Competition That Kills You Might Not Look Like You

Lawyers, The Competition That Kills You Might Not Look Like You

Nancy MyrlandAll Posts, Business Development/Sales, Business of Law, Client Service and Retention, Competition Leave a Comment

At the recent Legal Marketing Association conference (#LMA22) in Las Vegas, our keynote presenters on the first day were Richard and Daniel Susskind, the visionaries we have all come to know, like, trust, and respect in this industry and profession. Richard and Daniel study and look at the future of the profession and give recommendations and insight as to how …

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 …