In this week’s episode, I talk about the marketing mix of my new law practice, and how I’m using 3 specific strategies on a daily basis to hit my marketing goals.
As most of you are aware, I’m in the process of transitioning my law practice from a family law practice to an intellectual property and brand protection practice. After 10 years of practicing family law, this is no small task.
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The marketing techniques that I am using are already starting to pay dividends, as I discuss on today’s show. While I don’t have any “paying” business clients… yet, I’m confident that as a result of the tactics I am employing (and which I discuss in this week’s episode) my first client is not far off.
Hope you enjoy this episode!
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Items Mentioned in the Podcast
- John Skiba, JD Blogger
- AudioTechnica Microphone
- Blue Yeti Microphone
- CoSchedule – Content Scheduling App
- Christopher Small, The Art of Lawyering
- Hawthorn Law Main Webpage
- Hawthorn Law Facebook Page
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In this particular episode, you will learn about my Marketing Mix:
The marketing mix I have begun to implement in my law practice to help build my business practice includes some of the following techniques:
- Offline Marketing, including cold calling, networking and other techniques.
- Online Marketing, including a discussion of the mediums I use and how I use them.
- Pain Online Marketing, specifically Facebook.
I also discuss how I have chosen to “niche” my law practice to help clarify who my perfect client is, for both them and for me.
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