For this episode of Clienting, Gyi and Kelly answered marketing questions from former Clienting guests. They cover featured snippets, social media ROI, the best content to make, PPC ads, the WordPress Yoast plugin, how to market with a limited budget, factors to consider when thinking of your marketing budget, and a couple randoms questions thrown […]
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Gyi Tsakalakis & Kelly Street are joined this week by attorney Rob Schenk to discuss his firm’s content marketing strategy and their use of data to understand their audience. Rob Schenk is an Atlanta trial lawyer representing families with loved ones who have been severely injured or killed in nursing homes. He is the co-host of […]
Gyi and Kelly connected with Kim Bennett on her approach to marketing with a non-traditional law firm model. This episode bridges the gap between business development and marketing, which is how Kim approaches her own business as well as her work with clients. K Bennett Law LLC is a boutique trademark, business, and employment law practice […]
Gyi and Kelly talk with Chris Gober about his unique practice areas and clientele. Most of The Gober Group‘s clients come through referrals and PR appearances, which holds interesting challenges for marketing. To help with this, Chris has used TV appearances to become a go-to Republican legal commentator and boost his credentials while reinforcing his […]
Gyi & Kelly talked with immigration lawyer Greg Siskind about his firm’s marketing efforts. Greg launched the first small law firm website by teaching himself HTML coding in the early 1990’s. Greg shared his process for breaking down legal content for blog posts, social media, and gaining PR. Greg wisely points out that legal marketing doesn’t […]