Since opening our UK office in London last August, we’re now increasing our activity in the UK legal tech scene by organizing a number of discussion panels at the Barclays LawTech Lab in Notting Hill. Our intention is to hold an evening panel discussion every other month on key themes within the legal tech industry.
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Yes, Social Media can be a challenge. But at the same time, it offers a lot of potential to increase sales, customer satisfaction and even the business value of law firms – if it's done right. Still, many law firms don't have a solid Social Media strategy in place yet. Saying this, we are not talking about having a Facebook or Twitter Account that has some new updates every now and then. We are talking about using Social Media in a way that leads to a real Return on Invest (ROI). If you haven't started with Social Media yet – or if you are still trying to figure out how to turn Social activities into money – keep reading. This blog post provides 5 top tips for law firms to excel in Social Media.
A lot of the elements in this article are inspired by a conference we attended earlier this week in Berlin – the Allfacebook Marketing Conference (#AFBMC). We have been a vital part of this event as we've been moderating the LinkedIn- and Facebook track for the day. Thus, we have met a lot of interesting people from the leading German Social Media community and learned how they are leveraging various Social channels to elevate their business in the B2B and B2C world.