Stop Thinking Like A Lawyer ... Start Thinking About The People

Stop Thinking Like A Lawyer … Sta…

Cindy Greenway
If you want to dominate your market, you need to stop thinking like a lawyer. That became clear in the "Legal Web Content that Earns Links" webinar I attended today, hosted by P…
Read More
13 hours agoStop Thinking Like A Lawyer … Sta…
Five Steps lawyers Can Take to Develop Extraordinary Communication Skills as One of the Keys to Success

Five Steps lawyers Can Take to Deve…

Kimberly Alford Rice
Thirty-four gigabytes. That’s how much data has been estimated that Americans consume every day via all forms of media: TV, newspaper, Internet, radio, you name it. How does that e…
Read More
1 day agoFive Steps lawyers Can Take to Deve…
Content Marketing Tips That Top Attorneys Follow

Content Marketing Tips That Top Att…

Cindy Greenway
What are the top content marketing tips that smart attorneys follow? They're all laid out in the infographic below, which I found on the Business2Community.com webpage. I don…
Read More
5 days agoContent Marketing Tips That Top Att…
3 Ways to Prove You're The Best Attorney

3 Ways to Prove You’re The Best Att…

Cindy Greenway
There's no doubt that you are the best lawyer in your practice area to hire.  But how do you prove it? It's not beneficial to tell everyone that you're the best, because you kno…
Read More
2 days ago3 Ways to Prove You’re The Best Att…
Even Savvy Attorneys Get Stuck ... How to Find Topics for Your Law Blog

Even Savvy Attorneys Get Stuck ……

Cindy Greenway
Enough! There’s no need for you to be stuck with not knowing what to write for your law firm blog! If you do struggle, you're not alone, even savvy attorneys across the nation s…
Read More
5 days agoEven Savvy Attorneys Get Stuck ……


Written by: Cindy Greenway

Stop Thinking Like A Lawyer … Start Thinking About The People

Law Blog Content Based On People's Emotions

If you want to dominate your market, you need to stop thinking like a lawyer. That became clear in the “Legal Web Content that Earns Links” webinar I attended today, hosted by PILMMA, with guest speaker Gyi Tsakalakis of AttorneySync.com. In this webinar Gyi encouraged attorneys to stop developing boring content for their blog and […]

Continue reading...
Written by: Kimberly Alford Rice

Five Steps lawyers Can Take to Develop Extraordinary Communication Skills as One of the Keys to Success

Attorney Communication Tips

Thirty-four gigabytes. That’s how much data has been estimated that Americans consume every day via all forms of media: TV, newspaper, Internet, radio, you name it. How does that equate to words? Statistically, there are about 100,000 words per day, on average, that Americans consume. This as an illustration of how noisy our world has […]

Continue reading...
Written by: Cindy Greenway

3 Ways to Prove You’re The Best Attorney

How to Prove You're The Best Attorney

There’s no doubt that you are the best lawyer in your practice area to hire.  But how do you prove it? It’s not beneficial to tell everyone that you’re the best, because you know how it works – when someone loudly proclaims that they are the best at what they do, it can create a […]

Continue reading...
Written by: Cindy Greenway

Content Marketing Tips That Top Attorneys Follow

Content Marketing Tips Top Attorneys Follow

What are the top content marketing tips that smart attorneys follow? They’re all laid out in the infographic below, which I found on the Business2Community.com webpage. I don’t need to tell you that content marketing is critical to your law firm marketing plan. But I will take this opportunity to emphasize it and encourage you […]

Continue reading...
Written by: Cindy Greenway

Even Savvy Attorneys Get Stuck … How to Find Topics for Your Law Blog

Finding Topics for Your Law Blog

Enough! There’s no need for you to be stuck with not knowing what to write for your law firm blog! If you do struggle, you’re not alone, even savvy attorneys across the nation suffer with the same challenge. Help is here!  Larry Bodine, the lawyer’s blog guru at www.LarryBodine.com has some tips to help you […]

Continue reading...
Written by: Cindy Greenway

Why Social Media Doesn’t Work For Attorneys

I attended the ‘Essential Philosophy of Social Media‘ call, hosted by PILMMA, with guest Joel Comm, entrepreneur, NY bestselling author, and new media innovator. In this session, Joel focused on both the power and simplicity of social media. If you’ve seen any of the ‘ALS Challenge’ videos over the last few weeks, you have witness […]

Continue reading...
Written by: Cindy Greenway

How Top Attorneys Get More People Reading Their Law Firm Blog

Leverage Your Law Firm Blog Posts

You’ve created content for your blog and posted it.  You think you’re done until the next scheduled post just a few days away (or maybe it’s sooner).   Ahhh sure feels good to get that task taken care of.  Right? WRONG! Yes, posting new content consistently to your blog IS important, but it’s what you do […]

Continue reading...
Written by: Cindy Greenway

Share Expectations or Risk Frustration When Hiring a Legal Virtual Assistant

Frustrated Attorney

I’ve seen the topic of Virtual Assistants (VA) pop on a few blogs recently.  If you’re considering whether a VA may be right for your law firm, or if you’re just looking for more information, I’d like to share a few pointers for you to consider before you officially hire and welcome someone new to […]

Continue reading...
Written by: Jana Schilder

Public Relations Guards Reputation of Lawyers, Law Firms

Attorney Public Relations

Many lawyers and law firms regularly talk to the media, to get quoted in articles or interviewed television. Opportunities that are engineered by media relations are just one aspect of public relations. For lawyers and law firms, here’s a guide to “Public Relations 101.” 1.  Public Relations is the keeper of your reputation. Although the […]

Continue reading...
Written by: Stephen Fairley

Attorneys Have Right to Publish Praise from Judges – Federal Appeals Court Rules

The Rainmaker Institute published this article earlier this week: A federal appeals court issued a ruling yesterday that attorneys have a First Amendment right to publish ads that quote judges praising them, a decision that reverses a lower court ruling. The case involves a New Jersey employment attorney, Andrew Dwyer, who initially published praise from […]

Continue reading...
















Recent Authors