social media

Is your firm taking advantage of the marketing and client retention benefits which social media and web 2.0 offers?

The opportunities are significant. Take Facebook for instance. It should not be viewed as a problem for employers but an opportunity for business. There are over 26million users of facebook in the UK, and of those half log on every day. Each user has an average of 130 friends, and each time they link in with another user, this is communicated to all of their “friends”.

Therefore, persuading just 10 of your clients each month to link in with your firm’s page translates to 1,300 recommendations. Start to build a profile with content that delivers real value and assistance to your target client base (and is linked into your existing BD strategies) to take it to the next level.

As recommendation still accounts for 30% of solicitor instructions, social media has to figure in a law firm’s strategy if they wish to retain this source of new work. We can guarantee you competitors are doing so right now.

Begin the dialogue; online social media presence in less than a week

We can build your firm’s profile from as little as £99, and thereafter we can provide you with information on how to build this into your existing systems to raise profile (or do it for you on a project basis).

We are happy to manage content for you as well, by monthly subscription.

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