What are you doing next Tuesday afternoon?
If you or anyone else in your firm is responsible for creating content for your blog, then do yourself a favor. Take 30 minutes out of your schedule next Tuesday, Sept. 9, starting at 4 p.m. ET/1 p.m. PT and attend LawMarketing.com’s free webinar on 7 Tips to Finding Topics For Your Law Firm Blog.
If your law firm has a blog (and it really, really should), then you know you have to constantly be feeding the beast to get traffic and maintain interest.
But sometimes the creative juices are just not flowing.
Maybe you don’t really know what people want to read about so you don’t know what to write.
Or perhaps you’re getting tired of writing about the same things over and over again.
Whatever the reason for your writer’s block, this 30-minute webinar is sure to help you over the hump.
LawMarketing.com Editor in Chief Cindy Greenway will be sharing current statistics on what your prospects are looking for when it comes to blog content as well as the #1 mistake lawyers make with their blog content.
She will also be providing you with 7 tips that will help you find hot topics to write about that will attract visitors to your blog.
All you need to do is sign up online for this free half-hour webinar on Tuesday, Sept. 9, at 4 p.m. ET/1 p.m. PT.
Then listen, learn and apply.
FREE REPORT: How Law Firms Use Blogging to Get More Leads, Increase Website Traffic & Become an Industry Thought Leader
One of the secret tools of Internet marketing for attorneys is the power of having a targeted blog. In 2013, inbound marketing firm Hubspot released a report based on a marketing benchmark study of 7,000 companies and found that when it comes to blogging:
Companies that blog 15+ times per month get five times more traffic than firms with no blog.
B2B companies that blog at least twice a month get 70% more leads from their websites than firms with no blog.
Companies that increase their blogging from 3-5 times per month to 5-8 times per month almost double their leads.
Here’s what you’ll discover when you read this report:
- 7 ways that blogging can help your law practice
- How to create your blog strategy
- 10 ways to build an audience for your blog
- 4 sources of information for writing blog posts
- And much more!