The Complete Guide To Social Media Marketing For Solicitors

The Complete Guide To Social Media Marketing For SolicitorsShould you or shouldn’t you use Social Media Marketing to promote your legal services? If you should, which platforms of social media marketing work best for solicitors? Should you invest in paid social media marketing or just use the free options? The Complete Guide To Social Media Marketing For Solicitors will explain all for you.

It is difficult to know what to do, isn’t it? With some people shouting that facebook advertising is the key, others telling you it is all about LinkedIn and then the twitter fans telling you that that is where you should be spending your time, it is difficult to know whose advice to follow, isn’t it?

Let me start by saying that I have nothing to sell you when it comes to social media marketing. I do not want you to invest in my amazing social media marketing course. I simply look at social media marketing from a ‘does it work and will it give solicitors a return on investment’ angle.

I have one rule when it comes to marketing legal services:

Whatever method of marketing that you use, it has to generate new clients and it must be easy to measure its’ performance.

So, to discover my objective views on Social Media Marketing For Solicitors, simply click the button below:

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Case Study

A straightforward approach with a genuine expertise, providing you with a proven plan of exactly what you need to do to grow your firm.

I first stumbled across Nick when searching on Amazon for help growing a firm in the legal sector.

Straight away I was struck by his no-nonsense approach, so after checking out a preview of his book, I bought it on Kindle and started devouring it straight away.

What was immediately apparent was that Nick really does know what he’s talking about, which was hugely refreshing in an industry with plenty of bluffers and chancers.

I found the fact that Nick has actually been there and done it in the legal world very compelling indeed, and after finishing the book, I knew there was plenty he still had to teach me.

I booked a free call, which contained plenty of value, but what became clear is that if I was really going to get Nick’s personalised help to grow my firm, I needed to do it properly, so after speaking to a couple of Nick’s clients to reassure myself I was making the right decision, I took the plunge, and booked the Steady Stream of New Clients meeting.

And I’m so glad I did.

From the moment my wife Rachael and I arrived, Nick put us at complete ease and we quickly built up a strong rapport, and thanks to the pre-meeting preparation put in by all parties, we were able to wring a huge amount of value out of it, because most of the fact-finding had already been completed before the meeting began.

Consequently, the meeting was chockfull of useful, actionable information, and most importantly, that information was grounded on what actually works in the real world – no theory in sight.

When we left Bristol, we were hugely energised and excited; but more than that, we also had clarity, and three days later, things were even clearer, thanks to the report Nick prepared for us detailing exactly what marketing we needed to be doing AND how to make sure that that marketing was actually implemented.

Having used a consultant in the past, my biggest fear was that there’d be a lot of talking around the issues, and a whole lot more questions than answers, but that simply isn’t how Nick works.

Instead, he calls a spade a spade, and fuses that straightforward approach with a genuine expertise, providing you with a proven plan of exactly what you need to do to grow your firm.

If you’re considering booking one of Nick’s Steady Stream of New Clients meetings, I would say, unhesitatingly, that you need to go for it”

Bill Ward, Ward Trademarks

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