I’m pleased to help a variety of sectors enhance and transform their LinkedIn efforts, implementing strategic approaches that help them achieve their unique business goals. One such sector that I work this is the legal field, who are understandably cautious when it comes to creating a LinkedIn strategy. This industry-wide caution when it comes to LinkedIn is one of the reasons I am excited to network with legal professionals for two days, having a Value Exchange stand at the LAW 2018 Leeds event on 18th and 19th September at the Principal Met Hotel (King Street, Leeds, LS1 2HQ).
The rise of social media has caused the legal world to face both unique challenges and opportunities. I will be explaining how LinkedIn can turn your profile and activity into a valuable business generation asset for your practice. Having worked with legal practices across a variety of jurisdictions and disciplines to identify a safe and successful focused approach to LinkedIn, I am looking forward to imparting my experience and insights on how legal professionals can use the business-to-business platform to position themselves as ‘thought-leaders’ in their particular field of law.
Although referral work will remain a steady source of business for law firms, potential new clients are finding new ways to seek advice and support, with LinkedIn often being the first port of call when they are looking for sound legal advice.
For more information on the LinkedIn Training for legal professionals that I offer through Value Exchange click here.
I’ll be happily answering any of your questions (big or small!) about LinkedIn etiquette, settings, content creation, analytics, Advanced Search and more. I’ll also be sharing tips on the different ways legal professionals can represent themselves online and the different ways they can showcase their legal expertise to stay ahead of the competition.
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