Social Media & Marketing
Social media has transformed how businesses interact with their customers, and law firms are no exception. Social networks like Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn, among others, cut out the middleman and allow lawyers and law firms to engage directly with clients, prospective clients, peers and referring attorneys.
Social media can help promote thought leadership, grow a firm’s brand and help spread good news. What’s more, the right social media strategy can promote your firm’s good work and builds your online presence in a way that enhances your traditional marketing and public relations efforts.
Androvett Legal Media & Marketing can help you craft a social media strategy that provides a truly interactive way to build community and relationships with a potentially global audience while also ensuring the highest ethical standards and compliance with Disciplinary Rules regulating public communication by lawyers.
We can help you:
- Define your social media goals and objectives
- Identify the right audiences and ways to reach them
- Develop meaningful content and distribute it on multiple platforms
- Provide planning and structure to ensure consistent, sustainable results
- Gain insights and track progress through reporting and analytics
- Refine your tactics and provide ongoing recommendations
We also offer a LinkedIn for Lawyers Workshop for attorneys looking to leverage this social media platform. The interactive session gives lawyers actionable items and tools to maximize their presence on LinkedIn, publish valuable content and connect and interact with prospective clients and peers.
Whether you’re looking to dip your toe into Twitter, optimize your lawyers’ presence on LinkedIn or find clients on Facebook, we can help. Contact Us for a consultation.
For more information, please review and download our ever-growing collection of social media white papers:
- How Law Firms Can Successfully Leverage Social Networking
- 6 Steps to Social Media Success for Law Firms
- How LinkedIn Can Get You Noticed by the Media