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    Tim Prizeman, Director - Kelso Consulting (Public Relations agency)

    Director of Public Relations agency Kelso Consulting. We specialise in working with B2B tech companies, management consultants, financial and professional firms to help them build business-winning reputations. We do this through award-winning PR skills and a proven approach to creating high-impact thought leadership campaigns. I am the author of The Thought Leadership Manual: www.kelsopr.com/thought-leadership-manual-book

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    6 existing sources of blog content law firms ignore

    Law firms are not alone in under-utilising the intellectual content they create.  Amazing presentations delivered once then never see the light of day, lots of investment in thought leadership research... and then all there is one "we unveil today..." Tweet and a press release.

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    Topics: Thought Leadership, Legal Marketing, Blogging

    Popular media business buzz topics - Kelso research

    Kelso Consulting has been looking into the popular business buzz topics of 2020 and how they compared to recent years.

    To see some of the media's popular business topics of early 2020, and our views on the ones that will re-emerge after their near obliteration by coverage of the Covid emergency, click here to read our media buzz themes research.

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    Topics: Media Buzz Phrases Research

    Becoming a thought leader while furloughed - forthcoming webinar

    Sadly many people at law firms are being furloughed through the Covid-19 crisis hitting all manners of professions and sectors.

    Our forthcoming webinar is for those who want to use this time productively to develop their reputation for expertise, whether simply amongst their colleagues for their return to work, within their business network or even more widely in their industry.

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    Topics: Upcoming Webinars, Thought Leadership, Covid-19

    Kelso Consulting: PR support for clients during the Covid crisis

    During this difficult time I am pleased to let you know that Kelso Consulting is operating as normal supporting existing clients and other businesses needing communications advice and implementation.

    We have always operated on the basis that our team should be able to work fully remotely whenever needed... although we were thinking more of a fire or flood when our agency enacted this principal many years ago.

    This means we are staying safe at home while still having full access to all our files, systems, databases and other tools.

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    Topics: Covid-19

    How to make Google Ads work for your law firm

    Google Ads are used by many law firms and can be a very cost-effective way of generating leads.  However, others shy away from them - many are unsure of how to set them up, while others are convinced they won't work for their market (although in 9 out of 10 times such beliefs are generally unfounded in our experience!).

    Because we felt more of our clients should be considering Google Ads for some of their campaigns, we teamed up with Google Ads expert Dominic Renshaw of AdExtra who gave an excellent overview of what is involved and how to set up and maintain a successful campaign.

    However, ranking well on Google Ads isn’t plain sailing nor is it as easy as it used to be.

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    Topics: Legal Marketing, Lawyers, Website, Professional firms, Google Ads, PPC

    Successful blogging for law firms - forthcoming webinar

    Webinar: Successful blogging for law firms

    Law firm blogs are an effective way for your lawyers to show clients that they are up to speed with the latest trends affecting their businesses. It is also a great way to connect with new clients, bringing their attention to the expertise your firm has to offer.

    Yet, while blogging may seem straightforward, it is not uncommon for law firms to encounter problems, not least because blogging is difficult to sustain when you have a busy diary.

    Other problems include:

    - Getting stuck for ideas

    - Shallow content that fails to engage readers

    - Writing content that is irrelevant to readers

    - Using language that is overly complex and difficult to understand

    - Lots of effort on the blog, but little on promoting it

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    Topics: Upcoming Webinars, Growth, Lawyers, Blogging

    What is the impact of thought leadership from law firms?

    Thought leadership is all about having interesting and attention-grabbing insights on the big problems facing your customers.

    You could be using these insights in interesting articles and blogs, well-argued reports and white papers, and also delivering them in videos, LinkedIn posts and of course face-to-face in meetings and when speaking at events.

    But is there research out there showing it brings commercial benefits for law firms?

    Yes, there's plenty!

    For instance, when it comes to generating demand and increasing sales, below are some highlights from recent research by global comms agency Edelman

     (in this case based on 1.3K US business decision-makers in 2017):

    1. 41% of C-Suite executives include companies on RFPs directly through their thought leadership
    2. A majority of decision-makers use it to vet organisations and understand the calibre of their thinking
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    Topics: Thought Leadership, Reputation, B2B

    Getting your law firm in the national media - webinar


    If you think your law firm is too small for getting national media coverage, or simply somehow disbarred because it is not in London.... think again!

    Our webinar for lawyers this week looks at the ways that work for law firms looking to get more coverage in the national media, whether business magazines, professional journals and/or the nationals newspapers. We'll also be covering getting radio and TV interviews too.

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    Topics: Upcoming Webinars, Legal Marketing, PR, Blogging

    Why you must build "authority" for successful law firm marketing

    Being known as an authority on important legal challenges and trends gives tremendous advantages when it comes to winning work. These include strong credibility, better recognition, more referrals and greater memorability. You can charge more too!

    But many of the traditional signs of authority for law firms have been superseded.

    Having a great offering, lots of credentials, smart offices, well-designed marketing materials and a professional website are not nearly enough to open the door with most senior-decision makers.

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    Topics: Marketing, Legal Marketing, Reputation, authority marketing

    Getting the best results from your law firm's PR agency

    One of our most visited blogs over the past few years discusses five ways for law firm's to improve their relationship with their Public Relations agency.

    We have recently updated it ... although not by much as its advice has "stood the test of time".

    Click here for our new and improved "5 ways to get more from your law firm's PR agency".

    If you are looking at your relationship with your PR agency,  you may also be interested in another of our blogs, which has each year been our most read blog since it was written about three years ago!

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    Topics: Public Relations

    Blogging for lawyers: creating a successful programme

    Webinar: Successful blogging for law firms

    Posting interesting blogs regularly on important and topical legal issues is an effective and straight-forward way for law firms of all sizes to attract leads.

    In fact the research shows that those businesses that blog regularly (say 8-12 times per month) get dramatically more website traffic and leads than those that do it infrequently or sporadically.

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    Topics: Upcoming Webinars, Legal Marketing, Website, Blogging

    Our autumn webinars for legal sector firms

    Kelso Consulting has a full programme of webinars on reputation-building issues for Autumn 2019, including many specifically for the legal sector.

    These include:

    September - Getting your law firm in the national media

    September - Getting your thought leadership right in Autumn 2019 & beyond

    October - Ensuring your LawTech stands out in the legal sector

    November - Successful blogging for law firms

     

    Presenting will be Kelso's Tim Prizeman (who has been advising law firms for 20+ years continuously) and Katy Dowell (former news editor at The Lawyer magazine).

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    Topics: Upcoming Webinars, Public Relations, PR, LegalTech

    Getting your law firm to the top of Google

    If your legal practice does not appear prominently on Google when business owners are searching online for advice, you are missing out on one of the largest sources of leads for law firms.

    The good news is that most law firms don't have to apply complex secret techy techniques to dramatically improve their search engine rankings.  

    In fact, topping Google can often be achieved primarily through applying straightforward rules and a bit of thought to the text and other content on your own web pages and social media.

    At our recent webinar we showed how this is done, and it is now available to listen to for free by clicking here.

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    Topics: Upcoming Webinars, Marketing, Legal Directories, Accountants, SEO, B2B

    Building a business-winning reputation for your law firm

     

    Our recent "Building a business-winning reputation" webinar looked at how law firms can build a strong business-winning reputation, and how to get the communications strategy right to achieve this.

    This webinar is now available as a complimentary video and podcast. Just click here to watch it now or download it for later.

    Why do many law firm marketing & PR campaigns fall flat?

    Let’s be honest, many law firm marketing and PR programmes fall flat. 

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    Topics: Growth, Communications, Strategy, Reputation, Brand, Scale-up

    The Lawyer journalist joins the Kelso PR team

    The Kelso Consulting team has been joined by Katy Dowell, previously a senior journalist on the leading legal weekly magazine The Lawyer, as our Features Manager.

    Katy is a highly experienced business journalist having previously worked on two of Britain’s top legal and insurance business magazines - The Lawyer and Insurance Times.

    Katy first worked at The Lawyer as a senior reporter focused on litigation, then as news editor with overall responsibility for the scores of legal sector stories it publishes each week.

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    Topics: Legal Marketing, PR Appointments, Insurance, Professional firms

    Legal directory submissions: make the most of your effort 

    Five ways to squeeze more value from your legal directory entries

    Chambers Legal Directory Help: making the most of all that effort

    Huge amounts of work are put into creating legal directory submissions.  But once submitted they are frequently tucked away in a drawer and forgotten about!  

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    Topics: Marketing, Legal 500, Chambers, Legal Directories

    Our thought leadership services for lawyers: new brochure

    For law firms looking to add oomph and impact into their thought leadership

    Members of the Kelso team have been working with law firms on thought leadership since before the term was used (20+ years!), so we've seen and solved a fair few problems in our time, many of them recurring ones!

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    Topics: Thought Leadership, Lawyers

    Getting ready for your law firm's first encounter with the media?

    Here is what you really need to know (but most PR guides don't cover)!

    You've heard about the power of media, maybe your competitors are getting great coverage or perhaps you have a partner with a big ego who wants lots of press coverage. Either way, you have been tasked with getting lots for your practice, but neither you nor the partners have done it before.

    That's not a problem as everyone has to start somewhere. But many law firm partners and their marketing managers approach media relations with fundamental misunderstandings and unrealistic expectations which, at the very least, lead to missed opportunities and often mess the whole thing up.

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    Topics: Public Relations, Legal Marketing, PR, Professional firms, Guide

    Getting the most from your law firm's PR agency

    Many law firms have great relationships with their PR agencies.  Indeed some have PR advisors who they've stuck with not just for years, but in some cases for decades.

    We also know from our discussions with numerous law firms that this sadly isn't always the case.  Sometimes there are faults on both sides, sometimes there are faults just on one side... and sometimes its nobody's fault - one party simply no longer matches the other.

    In the later case, the best thing to do is to have an open discussion and move on. However, in the other circumstances, there's lots that can be done to nip such problems in the bud and restore the relationship.

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    Topics: Public Relations, Legal Marketing

    PR for law firms: How to get the best from your Public Relations agency

    Getting the most out of your law firm's Public Relations agency

    I recently had an interesting and wide ranging discussion with Peter Scott (www.peterscottconsult.co.uk) who advises numerous law firms on strategy and management issues. Having previously run Eversheds for eight years as managing partner, he's certainly got great insights to share.

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    Topics: Growth, Public Relations, Legal Marketing, Solicitors

    How to work with a Public Relations agency: Retainer vs Project

     

    One of the questions I frequently get asked is "which is best, retainer or project when working with a PR agency?"

    Both and neither! It all depends what you want the agency to do.  So, as Harry Hill used to say on his TV Burp! there's only one way to sort it out... fight!

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    Topics: Public Relations, Legal Marketing, Solicitors, Lawyers, PR

    Lawyers' threatening letters can be published... so deft phrasing needed

    This "must read" legal exchange on the Taylor Swift alt-right ding-dong is most illuminating

    It is very rare that letters from lawyers enter the "must read" category, so it is not lightly that I recommend the retort to Taylor Swift's expensive law firm Venable LLP from the ACLU (American Civil Liberties Union).

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    Topics: Public Relations, Crisis, Lawyers, Taylor Swift

    How do I improve my Chambers legal directory rankings?

    Law firms' legal directory questions answered by former Chambers editor

    As Christmas edges closer, many businesses will be winding down hoping for a merry end to the year. By contrast for many in law firms this is instead a stressful period as the deadline for legal directory submissions looms.

    Some firms have mastered the process of legal submissions.  Their forms are filled out like clockwork, quickly and efficiently keeping their rankings, and nudging them up wherever possible. But for other law firms, it is a complex process where huge effort and angst is spent... often to little 

    benefit.

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    Topics: Legal 500, Chambers, Legal Directories, Legal Marketing, Lawyers

    Measuring marketing ROI - assessing the return on law firm marketing spend

    Gauging marketing's Return on Investment is fundamental for law firm growth and management

    Many of the law firms we meet struggle to know whether the amount of time and money they spend on marketing is producing an effective return.

    It is a common problem, but it needn't be this way.

    By contrast, many B2B businesses have good metrics and a clear idea of the effectiveness or otherwise of their marketing spend.

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    Topics: Growth, Marketing, Legal Marketing, Lawyers, ROI, Marketing ROI

    What on earth is going on with LinkedIn?

    I used to strongly advocate lawyers putting effort into their profile, building up their network and using LinkedIn for communicating. It seemed on the verge of turning into a really handy mini-CRM for social selling.

    But no more, all the useful functionality has disappeared without notice or warning.

    Some of the important disappearances include:

      • Ability to categorise your contacts into groups - gone!
      • Ability to send messages to these groups - gone!Ability to search your contacts by anything other than their name - hidden away!
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    Topics: Social Media, LinkedIn

    Doomed law firm mergers: 2 drowning men don't equal one swimmer

    Law firm mergers - making them work

    Over the years I've observed many mergers at law and other professional firms.

    Some have been stunningly successful, some have been failures and many somewhere in between.

    Clearly they were all intended to be huge successes, but something went wrong for many.  What was it?

    Well, I'm not an M&A expert but my observation is that those that went wrong had two things in common.

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    Topics: Lawyers, Mergers, Strategy

    Legal Marketing Summit: measuring the ROI on thought leadership

    In a few weeks time I'll be on a panel at the Law Firm Marketing Summit, discussing how to measure the return of investment for Thought Leadership activities.

    It sounds an esoteric subject and immediately begs some specific questions like:"What is Thought Leadership?"; "What resources are being invested and how do I cost such inputs as non-billable time?"; and "What actually is the return I am looking for and how will I know when I achieve it?".

    It's easy to start over-complicating things, so the key question lawyers and their marketing teams involved in Thought Leadership projects should be asking are:

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    Topics: Thought Leadership, Legal Marketing, Lawyers, ROI

    Successful marketing is all about storytelling... but how do you make your stories stand out?

    "Successful marketing is all about storytelling" is an idea who's time has come... or a bit of a fad, depending on your perspective. Certainly the amount of articles about it seems to have risen exponentially in recent months.

    It wasn't always thus. I remember an occasion some 12 years or so ago when my colleague told the CEO of a tech company that standing out and being memorable "was all about stories"... well, the blank look he got back certainly told its own story.

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    Topics: Marketing, Legal Marketing, Storytelling, Presentations

    Getting your law firm to the top of Google - 6 easy steps

    At our recent webinar I shared a straight forward 6 step process for getting your legal business to the top of Google, which is a hugely valuable place for any business to be, including those professional practices selling high value services.

    I have found there are two sorts of attitudes amongst lawyers to the value of appearing prominently on Google. 

    There are those businesses that don't think it is worthwhile, do not spend much effort on it and, not surprisingly, this becomes a self fulfilling prophecy... with their website attracting little traffic and few relevant leads.

    By contrast, there are those practitioners who consider it important, that invest a bit of time and effort,

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    Topics: Growth, Marketing, Search Engine Optimisation, Legal Marketing, SEO

    Getting to the top of Google - why SEO is an important but easy skill for law firms to master

    Got a problem or need a supplier? The first thing most people do now is look on Google.  You probably do too.

    And it is not just people looking for holidays and plumbers.... it is businesses looking for high-value suppliers and solutions for complex legal, financial and management challenges.

    If your law firm does not appear prominently on search engines when executives and other potential clients are looking, you are missing out in one of the largest markets for your service - people searching online.

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    Topics: Sales, Search Engine Optimisation, Legal Marketing, SEO

    Should my law firm be doing PR to increase sales?

    Do you read the regular advice comments from John Timpson, the chairman of high street cobbler and key cutter Timpsons?

    They appear in the Telegraph and elsewhere, and I am a big fan of his sensible advice for growing and managing a business... and given how ubiqtuous his firm is on Britain's high street, he has a track record of success to back up his advice.

    Recently, in his column he dealt with a question about whether a firm should start doing press and PR activity to generate customers.

    It is a question many law firms' partners have asked.  At big firms it is a resounding "yes",

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    Topics: Sales, Public Relations

    Getting partners to engage with marketing initiatives

    Whenever we ask people in law firms "What is your biggest marketing challenge?" invariably "Getting partners to engage" is high on the list.
    Why is it such a challenge? 

    Most partners are keen to get more and better clients. If a marketing department or another part of the practice comes up with a ready-made initiative that is quick, simple and appropriate for them to implement... why wouldn't you jump on it?

    Of course life is not that rosy when people are busy, perhaps sceptical and, maybe wary through past initiatives not working.  Maybe a past initiative did work well, but recognition was not forthcoming for those who led the charge?

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    Topics: Sales, Marketing

    Awards:  if you're so good... why doesn't your law firm have any??

    Awards help law firms of all sizes stand out

    Ambitious lawyers looking to establish a leadership position in their markets should have awards as powerful proof-points.  If you don't have some, you need to get them!

     

     It is easy to rationalise-away the importance of awards.  Perhaps you say "They only go to big law firms"; or  maybe "there's someone on the judging panel who won't like us", or "our clients won't want us to enter"; "we don't want to steal the limelight from our clients", etc etc.

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    Topics: Awards

    Thought leadership success tips for lawyers - recent article in Professional Marketing Magazine

    Thought leadership success for lawyers

     

    Ensuring your thought leadership campaign has success "built in" from the start

    Our recent article in Professional Marketing magazine covers nine common signs that a law firm's thought leadership campaign is doomed to fail from its early stages.  It is based on our experience of delivering dozens of such campaigns (including picking up three awards along the way).

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    Topics: Content Marketing, Thought Leadership, Lawyers

    How much time do you spend on legal directory entries?

    How much time does your firm spend on legal directory entries?  And how does it compare to others?
     
    If your firm spends under three days per entry then you are one of the speedy firms as nearly a quarter of respondents to our recent survey said it typically took them at least a whopping 10 days per entry!
     
    A snap poll of 26 law firm partners and marketers who attended our recent webinar with Chambers Editor, Jonathan Rubin, found that around a quarter managed to get heir entries done in under 3 days of time, 54% spent took between four and 10 days, and 23% spent an eye watering 10-or-more day per entry.

    For further results and to take part in our poll, please click here. 

    Improving your ranking in a legal directory can be really beneficial to partners and their firms, so it is certainly worth investing quality time getting the best possible ranking.

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    Topics: Legal 500, Chambers, Legal Directories, Legal Marketing, Solicitors

    Does your website bring you business or hide in the shadows?

    Is it better to have a shop on London's Oxford Street or down a dark back alley?

    For most professional firms, including commercial and private client law firms, being at the top of Google is like being on Oxford Street as 1,000s of "shoppers" will see you.

    Of course this is a rhetorical question.

    We all know that it's easier to sell clothes where there are crowds of people shopping for them.  If only there was an Oxford Street where prospective clients go to buy legal services.

    In fact there is!  Nowadays we all look to Google to help find the solutions to our problems. 

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    Topics: Upcoming Webinars, Sales, Marketing, Search Engine Optimisation, Legal Marketing, Solicitors, SEO

    Lessons for every leader from Thomas Cook's PR disaster

    A while ago I penned a white paper entitled "Why some companies turn a crisis into a PR disaster .... and how not to be one of them" based on then recent cases such as Toyota.

    The main point was that such disasters typically don't come out of the blue and the effective PR tactics for handling them are well known.

    Yet experienced and competent CEOs and their management teams had been able to create a PR disaster of far greater magnitude through inept handling of the communications issues.

    I revisited the paper in the light of the recent sad case involving Thomas Cook and its handling of the publicity around the recent inquest into the deaths of two children while holidaying in Corfu a few years ago. I won't be changing the white paper as Thomas Cook also exhibited all the wrong-headed management thinking it warns against.

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    Topics: Public Relations, Solicitors, Crisis, PR Disaster

    Are you caught in the PR 'death spiral"

    Are you locked in a death spiral with your PR agency?
     
    We often come across professional firms who have previously been sucked into the "PR death spiral" with their agency (and in-house too).  Here's how to recognise it:

    By contrast to the disastrous end, it all began so positively.

    A new PR team had arrived, and make lots of sensible-sounding requests for articles, materials and other content from the partners to pump prime the campaign.  It is quickly supplied by partners keen for coverage and wanting to play their part in a successful campaign.  It is a great start and hopes are high.

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    Topics: Public Relations

    Kelso PR appointed by Legalex organiser Prysm

    Leading exhibition organiser Prysm appoints PR agency Kelso Consulting

    Prysm, the leading organiser of business exhibitions, has appointed Kelso Consulting  to handle the media relations and promotion for  Accountex  and  Legalex  – major exhibitions at Excel themed arou nd providing solutions to the business challenges faced by Britain’s thousands of accountancy and legal firms.
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    Topics: Accountants, Public Relations, Legal Marketing, Solicitors

    Why isn't my marketing more effective???

     Drip-drip marketing rarely delivers a flood of leads

    We've just held a seminar looking at how to make professional businesses' sales pipelines work better.

    Before it, our participants assisted with some research.  It showed that many of them were already doing a lot of marketing, such as events and some sort of regular technical update or newsletters.  They were for the most part pretty organised too.  

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    Topics: Sales, Growth, Marketing, Thought Leadership, Successful Sales, Legal Marketing, Solicitors

    Leading professional negligence solicitors appoint Kelso Consulting

    PR campaign to create national press coverage for professional negligence law specialists

    Solicitors NeglectAssist, one of the UK’s leading specialists in negligence law, has appointed Kelso Consulting to help it secure prominent coverage in the national media – particularly their personal finance sections.

    NeglectAssist, a trading name of Wixted & Co, one of the pioneers of “no win, now fee” arrangements in the professional negligence area, acts for people who have lost large sums of money through having been mis-sold investments– often costing them much or all of their life’s savings

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    Topics: Thought Leadership, Case Studies, Public Relations, Legal Marketing, Solicitors

    Taking the pain out of business case studies

     What's stopping you making more of case studies?  

    Case studies of your law firm's great work and delighted clients are amongst the most effective and versatile forms of marketing.

    They are also amongst the cheapest forms of marketing - yet many solicitors fail to make the most out of them (and some barely have any at all).

    Clearly this is a costly missed opportunity, not least because case studies can be created quickly and-re used in numerous ways, including: ... Continue Reading
    Topics: Content Marketing, Case Studies, Solicitors

    Chambers directory help: make the most of your effort

    Five ways to squeeze value from your Chambers entry in 2016

    Chambers Directory Help- making the most of all that effort

    Huge amounts of work are put into creating legal directory submissions.

    But once submitted they are frequently tucked away in a drawer and forgotten about!  

    Don't do this.  Your Chambers and Legal 500 entries are hugely useful assets and you can squeeze lots of extra value from them in 2015.  

    Here are some ideas.... 

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    Topics: Marketing, Legal 500, Chambers, Legal Directories

    Marketing & PR for smaller law firms

    Marketing and PR tips for smaller law firms

    Kelso Consulting's Tim Prizeman is presenting on PR & marketing for law firms at the Sole Practitioners - Practice & Profitability Conference, in December 2014

    We're going to be adding the tips from his presentation into this blog over the next few days (so please subscribe by clicking here, and we'll email you when they are ready).

     

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    Topics: Sales, Marketing, Public Relations

    Thought leadership for law firms - forthcoming webinar


    Thought leadership for law firms - learning from the leaders

    Many law firms are dramatically increasing their reputation and sales using “thought leadership” campaigns to grab the attention of their clients – not to mention prospects, referrers and the media – with original, important and commercial ideas.

    Others struggle, with their comment limited to technical legal matters such as legal update newsletters and blogs based on new regulations and topical cases.

    This webinar, based on practical advice and real-life law firm examples, will provide the tools and know-how for your firm to significantly increase the effectiveness of its marketing through creating and publicising attention-grabbing ideas

    Research consistently shows the over-riding request from businesses is that they want their lawyers to be "more commercial".  Given this, using thought leadership to create ideas and commercial insights that grab the attention of your clients and prospects (and the media) is particularly important to stand out positively in the crowded legal market.  

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    Topics: Upcoming Webinars, Sales, Growth, Thought Leadership

    Chambers legal directory help: getting it right

    Chambers entry help for legal directory submissions - maximising your law firm's ranking

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    Topics: Upcoming Webinars, Legal 500, Chambers, Legal Directories
     

     

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