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Cultivating a reputation as a thought leader is the best form of legal marketing because it allows a lawyer to create a credible, ..read more
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If there are two primary objections we hear from busy lawyers and other service professionals when it comes to engaging in thought ..read more
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Newly-minted lawyers are starting their careers at law firms across the country. Granted, they need to figure out where Conference Room F ..read more
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Thought leadership never goes out of style. However, tastes change, and the ways people consume thought leadership are constantly evolving ..read more
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Lawyers, accountants and other professional service providers are constantly battling the scarcity of time. For those who bill hours for a ..read more
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This post originally appeared on Law.com In the 21st century knowledge economy, a lawyer’s most valuable assets are time and attention. ..read more
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For most lawyers who are actively engaged in marketing and business development activities, there’s no doubt that LinkedIn is the most ..read more
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“What’s the difference?” That was the question posed to me by the owner of a fledgling startup in the senior care industry. What’s ..read more
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I recently listened to British comedian Ricky Gervais describe how he uses Twitter to float “trial balloons” for new jokes. With over ..read more
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You’ve read the articles. You’ve heard the marketing strategists. And, yes, you’ve undoubtedly seen the videos extolling the virtues ..read more

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