LawBid – New matchmaking service for individuals and businesses seeking lawyers (outsourcing legal marketing)

Posted on: May 5, 2017 outsourcing legal marketing

I spoke to Kid Harwood, Director at LawBid, to learn more about the new LawBid service which matches clients with an appropriate solicitor. Wildings Solicitors, the 30 year old firm which created LawBid, was recently nominated for the Law Firm Innovation Award at the Manchester Legal Awards in recognition of the innovative ideas that LawBid […]

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Legal marketing case studies – Digital marketing at The Law Society Law Management Conference 2017

Posted on: April 25, 2017 Client Experience Management (CEM)

I recently attended The Law Society’s Law Management Section conference (#LMSConf2017 https://events.lawsociety.org.uk/ClientApps/Silverbear.Web.EDMS/public/default.aspx?tabId=37&id=1428&orgId=1&guid=1155d437-8a7a-467d-87cf-2c38cfd6fbe3) There were lots of excellent presentations and this blog (one of three) summarises the information relating to legal marketing case studies. The Law Society At the start of the conference Robert Bourns, President of The Law Society, mentioned that The Law Society’s campaign […]

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Persuasive writing tips – Five technical questions

Posted on: March 31, 2017 persuasive writing tips

During a recent MBL persuasive writing course in Manchester we addressed many of the same issues as on previous writing courses (see, for example: http://www.kimtasso.com/whats-right-write-highlights-persuasive-writing-business-development-workshop/ and http://www.kimtasso.com/five-favourite-thoughts-on-fantastic-writing-from-a-business-development-writing-workshop-2015/ and http://www.kimtasso.com/business-development-writing-lawyers-13-top-tips-writing-impact/). But there were also some specific questions which the delegates asked me to address in a blog post on persuasive writing tips. So here goes: 1. […]

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What’s right to write? Highlights from a persuasive writing for business development workshop

Posted on: February 2, 2017 persuasive writing tips

Last week I was joined in London by accountants, tax advisers, surveyors, lawyers and business development folk for the first public workshop on persuasive writing for business development.  Writing topics of interest At the outset, I asked the delegates to share their areas of interest or concern and their main questions. The themes that emerged […]

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From expert to rock star – Using Passle for content creation and distribution

Posted on: October 19, 2016 Passle content creation and distribution

Long ago, before the digital revolution, I wrote a book on media relations and how leading experts in professional services could build their media profile to become the “rock star” of a niche. Since then, the digitisation of communications and understanding of thought leadership have made this strategy commonplace – it’s all about content creation […]

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