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Speaking with the Legal Marketing Association

Recently, Clay and I had the opportunity to speak with the local chapter of the Legal Marketing Association (LMA) during their monthly meeting. LMA is a well-established national non-profit organization made up of marketing and business development professionals within the legal industry. Legal Marketing Association Logo

Our talk was titled "Tackling Social Media and Making the Most of Your Online Marketing Efforts." As you might imagine, we covered things like Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn and also topics like SEO, Blogging and other methods of Inbound Marketing. For each, we tried to share first-hand examples from our own experience with legal websites, best practices, and sample outlines or gameplans for getting started. We also discussed some of the tools and techniques to manage the workflow associated with these activities and how to make the most of your time without getting completely overwhelmed. Needless to say, it was a lot to try and cover in an hour! The slide deck wasn't meant to stand alone, but I'd be happy to share it with you -- just leave a comment below with your information or email me at jonathan@newmediacampaigns.com.

I was a member of LMA when working with Hutchison Law Group and found it to be a very valuable resource, both from a learning perspective and also because of the sharing and collaboration that takes place. It's a group full of skilled marketers and if you work in the industry, I would highly recommend getting involved.

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Dan Toombs's avatar
Dan Toombs
Hey Jonathan

Love to see the Slide Deck?

Cheers
Dan
Gyi Tsakalakis's avatar
Gyi Tsakalakis
What was your impression of the audience's understanding of the subject matter? Did they get it? Was there a Q&A?
Jonathan's avatar
Jonathan NMC team member
Hi Gyi.

Yes, the group had a very good overall understanding of these topics. We knew that going into the talk, so we tried to focus on specifics and day-to-day workflow where we could -- things that work for us and those that we've seen from others.

If there was a consistent area of concern with what we discussed, I'd say that it was more with how to implement these activities rather than the concepts, which is largely related to the make-up of different firms.

What's been your experience with these topics and talks?

Jonathan

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