As a lawyer, you have many talents. You understand the law and its many nuances. You know the art of persuasion. Balancing clients and case work — you’ve got that down pat. Lawyers are known and respected for possessing skills and confidence in many areas — but there’s a good chance that marketing is one area in which you may lack experience.
Creating a brand for your law firm is essential for an effective legal marketing plan that connects with your target audience and increases ROI. Your branding is an external expression of how you position your law firm and distinguish it from the competition. To increase ROI, all the elements of your branding must be meaningful to your target audience, and the personality of your firm should be reflected in your brand voice, logo, tagline, and other parts of your branding strategy. In this post, we discuss how to use the power of branding to increase ROI for your law firm.
Marketing has evolved, and law firm marketing is no exception. Branding is critical to distinguish your firm from your competition and increase the likelihood that when someone needs your services, they will turn to you. Here are some marketing tips for law firms to guide you in developing a marketing strategy that works.
Branding through marketing is critical for every business, even when that business is a law firm. After all, while clients are probably already a qualified lead by the time they approach your firm, branding is why they know about your firm to begin with. Even so, you’ve studied to win in the courtroom, not the marketplace, and law firm branding may seem outside your wheelhouse. That’s why we’ve put together a list of twelve do’s and don’ts to help you start branding your law firm effectively.
Yellow Pages advertising is relatively inexpensive, and for many lawyers, it’s their go-to advertising medium. But the Yellow Pages has its limitations. Many people use the Yellow Pages as a doorstop or booster seat, but it never occurs to them to use it to find a business. For that, they turn to Google. So, while the Yellow Pages remains an effective way to reach a certain segment of your law firm’s target market, it’s important to understand its limitations and explore advertising alternatives that can provide a wider reach.
Developing a law firm marketing strategy that yields results without breaking the bank can be daunting, especially when you need to be heard above the advertising noise of an omnichannel world. Radio advertising offers measurable benefits and improves the effectiveness of your overall campaign and strategy. In today’s post, we’ll discuss just a few of the reasons your law firm should consider radio advertising in your marketing mix.
If you’re looking to grow your law firm’s business and get new clients, an effective marketing strategy is a must. If you’ve bought into some of the common beliefs about law firm marketing, you may think that the strategies that work for other types of businesses won’t work for your practice. In this article, we discuss 5 beliefs about law firm marketing that could be hurting your business.