Social media has become an extremely popular forum for communications. A law firm’s active participation in this social phenomenon has become standard practice for marketing the legal industry. In today society, former and potential clients are sharing information and networking regularly on social media websites. Whether they are in the middle of divorce proceedings or are seeking out an attorney to handle their personal injury litigation, conversations on sites like facebook and Twitter have become a powerful influence on the public. Prospective clients seeking legal representation are being influenced by a larger social network of friends and acquaintances and word of mouth is now efficiently delivered to thousands of viewers with the click of the mouth.
With so many ways for people to communicate their experiences, post comments, and make recommendations, it is important for law firms to include in marketing campaigns, social media monitoring and engagement in online discussion groups. At Legalsophia we have a social media division responsible for creating social media accounts and participating in viral communications that establish credibility for our clients and develop a positive reputation for their practice. Active participation in social media attracts the interest of the larger online audience and increases traffic to our clients’ primary websites. Our division’s involvement in social media protects our clients from slander, propaganda and any online harassment in the form of false negative reviews. Creating a following on sites like facebook , twitter and Google+ establishes credibility and provides the opportunity to alert thousands of people to important updates, successes and information.
Legalsophia provides custom tailored personal injury marketing services for clients nationwide. Its Search engine optimization techniques are proven effective in dominating search engine results on Google in competitive cites. Legalsophia’s online reputation management strategies elevate its clients above the competition and represent their law firms as the leading practices in their respective cities.