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Learn How to be Enchanting to:

  • Get the best clients
  • Build a profitable practice
  • Achieve perfect work-life balance
  • Create a vibrant community of raving fans who happily
    spread the word about you and your services!
Facebook Groups

Facebook Groups are places for small group communication where people can share their common interests and express their opinions. These meeting venues allow people to come together around a common cause, issue, or activity in order to:

  • Organize,
  • Express group objectives
  • Hold discussions on relevant issues
  • Post photos
  • Share related information & ideas
  • And much more!

These groups can be diverse depending on the nature of the group. For example, when one creates a group, they can decide whether or not to make it publicly available for anyone on Facebook to join or to keep it private by inviting certain members or through administrative approval. They can also be anything from athletic teams to high school clubs, church groups, political organizations, or in our particular case, law practices.

Facebook Groups can prove to be handy in a number of areas, but can they be effective for your practice’s growth? Absolutely! They can help improve firm’s social media presence and boost their online engagement. According to the Social Media Examiner and other notable social sites, the use of Facebook Groups can significantly improve your firm’s online presence if implemented efficiently into your online marketing strategies.

  1. Promote Chats

Facebook Groups are a great way to promote upcoming law chats or guest speakers. Promoting chats is also effective in keeping certain conversations in Facebook Groups strictly focused on business matters. Law firms should also let any participants, such as clients visiting their Facebook profiles, know about their Facebook group (in this case, keep the group open to the public) during the chat. By promoting your practice through advertising a public group on chats with clients, you can increase traffic, and ultimately the engagement you want from business prospects.

  1. Sell Services

Facebook Groups now allows businesses and practices alike to promote and sell their services through their channels as well as on their law firm’s websites. Just create a “For Sale” Group, then set the option to “sell something” in the Facebook updates.

  1. Establish Expertise 

Become a valuable resource in your own field of expertise by creating a group catered to that specific field. This allows you to share your knowledge and experiences in a preexisting group or peers within your industry. However, be sure not to abuse this by promoting yourself and your practice. By being a helpful resource and freely giving your knowledge and expertise to your peers, you’ll boost your reputation and presence online for yourself as well as your law firm.

  1. Collect Feedback 

Creating a restricted Facebook Group is a great approach for gaining the input of any existing clients. After you create the group, just invite some of your top clients to the group and initiate open discussions on new ideas you’re thinking about implementing in your practice. Collecting feedback and strengthening client relationships is the bread and butter of your practice’s long-term success, so be open to suggestions.

  1. Provide Customer Service 

Secret Facebook groups are a great venue for providing customer service and responding to legitimate inquiries rather than trolls. Secrecy can give you better control over the group and protect your practice against any inappropriate or disgruntled clients by barring access to them.

  1. Test New Ideas with Peers 

Another reason how a Facebook Group can be an effective method towards practice growth is by testing new ideas with peers. By creating a Facebook Group for your law masterminds, you can share and test out new ideas in a way that will save your firm time and money in the event that an idea didn’t work out too well. However, keep this group small and private, since these are ideas that concern your practice and you only want your most trusted peers to know them.

  1. Communicate with your Team 

If your firm primarily communicates via Facebook, then it’s definitely beneficial to create a secret, internal Facebook Group for your firm to communicate better as a whole. Just create the group and invite your employees to join as a communication platform for your entire team. The group can allow you to share anything from office updates to introducing any new employees.

Have you tried implementing Facebook Groups into your social media marketing strategies? If not, you may be surprised at how simple and effective it can be to throw your practice into the spotlight! If you have used Facebook Groups before and reaped its benefits, we would love to hear from you. Please leave a comment about your experiences using these groups and maybe we shall unite in an upcoming group chat in the future!

Video

Videos are taking over the web. From hilarious viral vids to baby home movies to instructional and how-to-do clips, video content dominates since people don’t have to read lengthy pieces of content. Businesses, in particular, law firms may even utilize videos to build and enhance their online presence and practice in general.

1. Videos are More Personal

While printed content has the ability to educate individuals about a practice, it doesn’t give a person much of a personalized glimpse at the attorney or attorneys of the firm. Videos allow the attorney to exude personality and emotion. It gives the viewer a mental picture of the lawyer’s disposition, which allows the viewer to make a more informed decision about choosing a lawyer. People know just by listening and watching someone if they’ll like them and will mesh well. It also gives the audience the ability to decide if the lawyer comes across as educated and able to take on his or her case.

2. Ability to Answer Questions

The lawyer may hold question and answer sessions live. This gives the audience the impression that the attorney cares enough to actually take the time with prospective clients. It provides the audience with a better sense of the lawyer’s knowledge base. The question and answer sessions address the clients personally, which allows people to feel a connection with the lawyer and possibly hire him or her.

Video3. Reach People of Social Media

Social media is one of the most relevant forms of advertising today. It helps spread content and videos quickly and reach potential clients who may have never had the opportunity to even learn the firm’s name. Once a person enjoys the video the attorney posted, it gets shared with all of the person’s friend. Then, all of those people will have a chance to watch it and share with all of their friends and so on. Before the lawyer knows, hundreds of people have had an opportunity to see the content.

4. Engage Viewers

Written content can engage a viewer, but not the way a video can. A few simple words on camera have the ability to captivate and grab the viewer’s attention and make them want more, no matter the subject. This is ultimately what a law firm wants—to have the viewer engaged. Engaging the viewers draws them into the law firm, which makes these people more likely to look around the firm’s site.

5. Take Viewers to Your Place of Practice

Far too often, a lawyer doesn’t try to form a connection with viewers. By taking potential clients inside the practice, the audience develops a better connection with the viewers.

Your videos can stretch your notability as far as your imagination will take you. For a better understanding of the types of videos that can draw attention and show a more personal side of yourself as well as your practice, check out some of my videos on my YouTube Channel.

 

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“Law school is going to cost $150,000 in a lot of cases, and so if you can get 5 or 10 more points on your LSAT, and end up getting a scholarship that saves you $100,000 or more, that’s a pretty good ROI”– Nathan Fox

We often make decisions about our future without really knowing what is involved. This is certainly often the case for people who want to be lawyers. The LSAT itself requires hard work and dedication – traits which are important for lawyers to possess, as well as the mental ability to pass, and this is why it is such a good indicator or a person’s suitability for law school. Having decided that being a lawyer wasn’t for him, Nathan Fox set up his company Fox LSAT to help people understand whether law school is for them, and help them to pass their LSAT. Today Jacob talks to Nathan about the LSAT and what skills and traits are needed to become a lawyer.


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“Lawyers are gladiators that use the English language as their weapon”– Nathan Fox

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“For a customer to leave a review about your product – whether it is good or bad is a huge step… and it is up to you as a business to ensure that they’re heard”– Kari Embree


Kari Embree is the social media community manager for Green Flash Brewing Co. She brings a fresh, new approach to the craft brewing market with experience in developing creative campaigns that drive engagement and sales. Kari is an expert at extracting consumer insights from social media which allows for productive polling and testing of the target market in her industry. She is dedicated to contributing to the success of social media by activating brand ambassadors around the globe. Today, Kari talks to Jacob about the importance of reviews and why it is important for businesses to respond to them.


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“Every complaint or review is an opportunity for your to connect with your customers”– Kari Embree

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“All people should think about how they change or inspire the world”– Pavel Gitelman


What kind of person leaves the safety of their successful business in their homeland, to come to the USA for 30 days, with no contacts, little English and a goal of winning $500,000 worth of new contracts? The answer? Pavel Gitelman. Pavel doesn’t agree with being told what he can’t do, and it is with this outlook that he has grown his successful creative digital agency in Russia which employs 150 staff – each with their own individual talent and burning passion for what they do. In today’s show, Jacob chats to Pavel about his challenge, why employing is an emotional decision, and why it’s important to stay true to yourself.


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“When you think like a child you don’t know how to lose”– Pavel Gitelman

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