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Marketing Metrics: Getting to the Next Level

Posted by Gordon Braun-Woodbury on Oct 3, 2019 3:04:39 PM

 

By Gordon Braun-Woodbury

With the shift to digital marketing channels, almost anything is measurable. Every marketing activity, contact, campaign and interaction, leaves its own breadcrumb trail that can be analyzed and reported. CRM, marketing automation and social media systems now collect a virtual flood of marketing data. Sophisticated analytics and dashboard tools are available — often free of charge — to any marketer prepared to invest time in learning them.

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Topics: Legal Marketing, marketing metrics, ROI

Using Marketing Automation to Personalize Client Experience

Posted by Michelle Calcote King on Jul 9, 2019 9:22:52 AM

By Michelle Calcote King

Think about the best experience you’ve ever had with a company. What made it great? My guess is that it felt personal — as if the company understood your specific concerns, spoke to you directly and delivered tailored, customized products or services that met your exact needs.

While this kind of experience becomes harder to achieve as firms grow larger and more diverse, automation can help marketers get one step closer to delivering personal experiences — no matter the size of the firm.

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Topics: Client Services, Marketing Management and Leadership, Legal Marketing, marketing automation, automation, personalization, client experience

The Positive Impact of Resilience in Law Firms

Posted by Renee Branson on Jun 10, 2019 4:00:29 PM

By Renee Branson, Founder and Principal Consultant, RB Consulting

Headlines concerning mental health, addiction and burnout in the legal profession are quickly becoming the norm. This is a good thing. Our attention is being drawn to a problem that has festered quietly for far too long. Still, awareness alone cannot be the goal; instead, our focus should be on action and measurable improvement. With the pressures of the billable hour, a culture of perfectionism, law firm dynamics and political minefields, paying attention to the happiness of the individuals who make up a law firm can seem like a waste of precious resources. That is why appealing to the altruistic motivation of doing what is right (i.e., making changes to address mental health, addiction and burnout) needs to be followed with appealing to the bottom line motivation of how those changes – or lack thereof – impact profitability.

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Topics: Marketing Management and Leadership, Legal Marketing, LMA Midwest Regional Conference, employee resilience, office culture, mental health awareness, health and wellness

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