3 Tips to Improve Your Lawfirm’s Brand
- Be Authentic and Build Trust with your Community
When it comes to building your personal brand, authenticity and trust are two key components to developing a credible identity. If you want to be the best attorney in your area, prove it with your work ethic and let your website reflect that mentality.
Being authentic is highly praised within today’s society and one of the best ways to build trust with your audience. You must become comfortable with talking about yourself and asking others to talk about you too through client reviews and testimonials. Once your audience understands who you are and what you have to offer, they will trust your work and be drawn to your business.
- Use High-Quality Photos and Develop a Strong Unique Selling Proposition
We all know that first impressions matter. When it comes to your personal brand, first impressions can either make or break your business. It’s important to go the extra mile and use professional quality photos for your website and social media platforms. The more professionalism you display with your online identity; the more credibility and trustworthiness potential clients will credit you with. Don’t hurt yourself by using low-quality photos. Find a local photographer that can take high-quality photos of you and your firm to use for your various online sources.
Along with first impressions is the importance of a unique selling proposition (USP). This is what sets you apart from other attorneys and draws clients your way. Some may call it an elevator pitch or a tag line or even a mission statement, but ultimately it’s what distinguishes you from the rest. In a short phrase or sentence, make it clear as to why a prospect should choose you and your law firm opposed to anyone else.
- Consistently Engage in Social Media
Whether we want to admit it or not, social media plays a huge role within growing your personal brand. Effective social media strategy is the art of making your own voice and is essential to branding yourself as an attorney. Creating a personal profile for each of your law firm’s attorneys helps to engage clients in the effectiveness of your business because it helps display a timeline of experience and history of a specific attorney. This enables your community to follow along and feel a personal tie to him or her.
Facebook and LinkedIn are essential for the growth of your personal brand. You must consistently engage with your community and show that you are active within your field. Consistency is key. Do not post all of your photos at once in order to play catch-up and get content out there. Instead, create a schedule for when you want to post content periodically that way your audience continually comes back.