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Meet and Greet Tips

Posted in Marketing Tips, Prospecting for Clients

Networking is no less dreaded by many lawyers than it has always been. But, it doesn’t have to be.  Hopefully, a few of my 40-plus posts on this blog about networking over the past 11 years will be useful. A few of which I have highlighted below.  They may prove of interest to those who may… Continue Reading

Insights for Attending Conferences

Posted in Marketing Tips, Prospecting for Clients

What should you consider before deciding whether to attend a conference? The weather? Exotic location? Nah! Although one should not discard those entirely. But seriously, there are things you should consider before deciding whether to attend a conference. Roy Ginsberg has a helpful post on Attorney at Work today that may help you decide whether… Continue Reading

Lawyer-to-Lawyer Marketing

Posted in Marketing Tips, Prospecting for Clients

If you get work from other lawyers, you need to market L2L just like you would B2B or in any other manner.  I work with lawyers whose source of business – whether litigation, appellate practice, PI, or other niche practices –depends in part on referrals from other lawyers.  It is often their life blood for… Continue Reading

Stop Wasting Time – Network Smartly

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First, get over your fear of networking. How? Treat it as an opportunity to meet and get to know new friends. As I said in another post, don’t put pressure on yourself by thinking you have to come away with a new client every time. Just enjoy yourself!! Okay, but that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t be… Continue Reading

Building a Network for Success

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A referral network does not just happen. Like everything else in legal marketing, it takes work. William Melater, the Dis-Associate contributing author on Attorney at Work, tells us that it doesn’t matter where you went to school or your class rank. What does matter, if you are to “be successful as a lawyer,” is that… Continue Reading

Don’t Look at Networking as Networking

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I know that many lawyers are turned off, if not terrified by the concept of networking. The idea of walking into a room full of strangers and striking up a conversation is truly worse than a root canal. I can’t say that I’m overly comfortable with networking myself. However, I found an article entitled “Bad… Continue Reading

Encore Post: Networking During the Holidays

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With the crush of year-end and the busyness of the holidays, I decided to post an encore of a holiday post I did in 2007 on reaching out and touching clients and referral sources by telephone during the holidays.  Personal attention is better than (but not to the exclusion of) holiday cards. Here it is:… Continue Reading

Networking Requires Getting Off Your Duff!

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Social media is obviously one way to network these days, and it can work. But, it is not as effective as face-to-face events with clients, referral sources and prospects. So, it’s time to get up from your desk, and get out and about. That is the theme of an article on Attorney at Work by… Continue Reading