JDB 016: How to Get More Clients through Facebook


Facebook for LawyersTruth be known, I would use Facebook even if I didn’t think it was a great tool for legal marketing.  I enjoy the interaction.  I enjoy maintaining relationships with people I don’t see very often, even if it is an online relationship.

As many lawyers are learning Facebook is also a very powerful marketing tool.  In today’s JDBlogger Podcast I discuss a recent ABA study and Pew Research Center poll that provides very interesting data on attorneys and the way we use (or don’t use) social media.  The information provided is extremely valuable in helping you determine where you should focus your marketing efforts – and the answers are somewhat surprising.

Tools of The Trade

This week’s tool of the trade is Vook.  Vook is an online self-help publishing service that can help you take your dream of becoming an author and turn it into a reality.  I am currently finishing up an ebook with Vook that I will use as part of my overall law practice marketing strategy.  If you have wanted to write a book but weren’t sure of how to get it done head on over to Vook’s website and they can walk you through the process.

Call for Lawyer Podcasters!

I would like to put together a legal directory here at the JDBlogger website of those attorneys who are using podcasts to market their practice.  If you would like to be included please shoot me an email at john@skibalaw.com.

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