Tag: Legal Thought Leadership

YouTube and Law Firm Videos: How to Stop Related Videos on YouTube

January 7, 2013 | By

Law firms and other professionals can find YouTube to be a bit like the Wild West — unfamiliar territory with possible hidden dangers lurking. One obvious danger — or annoyance — is that YouTube can add “related videos” at the end of your firm’s videos.  Related videos are videos with similar subjects, as well as […]

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New Rules of Legal Thought Leadership Webinar

September 13, 2011 | By

Legal Thought Leadership has changed. Dramatically. Using Legal Thought Leadership to build a law practice has been popular for over 20 years. In the past, if you gave some speeches and wrote some articles somewhat consistently — you might own a relatively narrow niche. Particularly if there were few other lawyers competing for airtime! And […]

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Video: Why Lawyers Don’t Get Business by Giving Speeches

March 3, 2011 | By

The #1 reason lawyers never get business by giving speeches: Will you or the lawyers in your firm pass the test — or are they making the same mistake too? Check out my workshop Public Speaking to Build Your Practice.

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