Every day, hundreds of people in your city are looking for a good attorney. And it’s quite challenging to go head-to-head with larger firms with bigger budgets, and sizable personnel. However, there is a better way to make sure you are the one people find first.
An independent study conducted by the American Academy of Advanced Thinking found that 87% of solo practitioners felt that they could be “more effective” at marketing their legal services through social media. The same number of attorneys said they had a LinkedIn account, but did not use it to attract clients or business opportunities.
Today, it is extremely difficult to attract clients willing to take a chance on you. Particularly, if you’re unknown. The old saying, “People do business with those they know, like, and trust” is important now more than ever.
But how do you get people to know, like, and trust you?
Are you ready? Let’s get started now!
Edward S. Brown, M.S.
$75 (1 hour conference calls)
Edward Brown, M.S., is director and applied researcher for the American Academy of Advanced Thinking (AAAT) as well as the inventor of the IBAR Critical Thinking Method.
Ed has trained attorneys and corporate managers throughout the southeast on developing effective leadership, decision making, problem solving, and advanced thinking skills.
He has advanced legal training from the University of Dayton School of Law and a master’s degree from Mercer University in Leadership Development.
Ed is the author of over 30 books, including Image, Power & Charisma, 10-Plus Ways for Gaining Recognition Within Your Profession, and The IBAR Way of Critical Thinking & Thought Leadership.