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8 TIPS FOR LAWYERS FOR CONTENT ON TWITTER Dar’shun Kendrick, Esq. SocialProf www.socialprof.net (404) 919-0660 Sponsored by: SocialProf *Contact us if you are interested in sponsoring.
WHY SHOULD YOU LISTEN TO ME J.D. from U.G.A. and an M.B.A. from Kennesaw State Owner of Kendrick Law Practice, boutique business law firm 5,000 Facebook friends (Required to start a fan page) Over 5,300 LinkedIn connections (No. 8 viewed profile; No. 1 out of attorney and elected official connections Numerous “featured blogs” on LinkedIn Online, everywhere, talking, and people actually listen!
DISCLAIMER As always, consult your State Bar rules before starting ANY marketing strategy or campaign. We are not responsible for your failure to read and follow applicable state bar rules and any other rules and laws. Signed, The Lawyer
TIP NO. 1: UPLOAD SLIDESHARES You are viewing a slideshare presentation right now. You can upload powerpoint presentations, AUDIO powerpoint presentations AND PDF files. It’s a great way to share valuable content on Twitter.
TIP NO. 2: CROSS PROMOTE OTHER SOCIAL MEDIA On Twitter, ask people to follow you on your other social media platforms like Instagram or Facebook. Extra tip: Use a “tease” post like “I uploaded a new picture on our Facebook page. (link)”
TIP NO. 3: USE QUOTES Quote industry leaders. RT quotes from experts or… Use your own quotes (like I do) Subscribe to enewsletters for quotes or make up your own and save in a place like Evernote
TIP NO 4: ASK QUESTIONS Ask compelling, interesting questions; get compelling, interesting answers. You can even incentive responses with a free guide or pen or something like that. If someone answers, say “thank you”.
TIP NO. 5: INCLUDE NEWS UPDATES These can be updates on your industry or your company. Keep the updates to a minimum and make the tweets interesting.
TIP NO. 6: POST BLOGS There is no reason you should do all that work and NOT share it. Remember that anytime you post, ASK for retweets AND subscribers to your blog.
TIP NO. 7: USE PHOTOS Photos will get noticed before words. Use relevant pictures with your tweets that are CREATIVE, yet relevant. For example, if you have a NEW announcement or service initiative…-
TIP NO. 8: POST VIDEOS Video content is wonderful and provides a GREAT return on investment (ROI). Videos are more appealing than even photos. Videos should be a part of your overall online marketing plan.
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