#3 Don’t not market! Your marketing plan has to start somewhere
So many lawyers, particularly those building a solo practice, get so overwhelmed with the idea of everything they have to do to generate leads for their law firms that they do nothing at all rather than get started. Their family law marketing efforts are non-existent as a result. While they think they should get going on having a nice website, or writing a helpful article for their site, they do not find any time to get started.
Becoming a successful lawyer requires that you take action and that action includes you taking at least some steps to market your family law practice. One of my mentors always says, “You cannot move a parked car” and I agree.
So, perhaps you are not ready to implement all of the family law marketing strategies set out in this article. If that's you, start somewhere and implement. It is through action that you will become the successful attorney you wish to be.
Of all the suggestions in this article, choose one thing at least.
Complete that one thing before moving on to the next thing and so on.
Years ago, when I first utilized Solo Build It, the best unknown website based, business building business in the universe, I spent what seemed to be an extraordinary amount of time creating pages for my website with keyword rich content. I will share more about keywords on another page.
Yet, despite me then essentially ignoring the site for years, not adding new content, or even rewriting articles, the articles attracted many people to my website which then, in turn, brought them to my law practice. The dividends of my taking the action created financial well-being for me without me having to expend any extra effort.
So, if you want to grow your family law practice, take action.