Muse Communications

Muse Communications Blogs

Latest from Muse Communications

Of all the offerings from internet giant Google, a robust Google My Business account should be one of the first goals for any company or law firm that wants to make sure they can be found online by the right audience. Google My Business was launched in 2014 as a free online tool to help local and national businesses become more visible on the Google search engine. Google My Business is integrated with other Google…
Wow! Lawyers really love rules! Or, more specifically, ad rules. Half of our most popular blog posts this year were about the rules and regulations of Texas lawyer advertising: from compliance to changes, it’s good to know that the lawyers in our community (or, at least the ones who read our blog) are making sure they don’t step out of line. How to Build a Top-Flight Law Firm Newsletter The internet has given law firms…
Kudos to our clients for drafting great blog posts and staying visible, online and off! These lawyers have embraced content marketing almost as much as we have, and they have the A+ content to show for it. Thank you, bloggers. You make it look easy. Need help turning your legal marketing to-do list into reality? Just drop us a line. And if you’d like to get our Legal Marketing tips delivered straight to your inbox,…
When solo and small firm lawyers ask how they can gin up their business development, I start by asking them where they already get their business. That answer is almost always “referrals.” It could be referrals from other lawyers and professional colleagues, clients and former clients, or any number of sources. So then I ask, “What are you doing to stay on your referral network’s radar?” Need help turning your legal marketing to-do list into…
When solo and small firm lawyers ask how they can gin up their business development, I start by asking them where they already get their business. That answer is almost always “referrals.” It could be referrals from other lawyers and professional colleagues, clients and former clients, or any number of sources. So then I ask, “What are you doing to stay on your referral network’s radar?” Need help turning your legal marketing to-do list into…
When solo and small firm lawyers ask how they can gin up their business development, I start by asking them where they already get their business. That answer is almost always “referrals.” It could be referrals from other lawyers and professional colleagues, clients and former clients, or any number of sources. So then I ask, “What are you doing to stay on your referral network’s radar?” Need help turning your legal marketing to-do list into…
From legal news to content marketing and everything in between, here’s what caught our attention. Week of Dec. 4, 2019 How to — Literally — Sound More Confident and Persuasive, by Tim Herrera for The New York Times. I would argue that the first way to sound more confident is not to split your infinitives, but GRAMMAR IS GOVERNED BY ANARCHY! (Gotcha! Speaking loudly is tip no. 1.) Read on for more suggestions, including…
This infographic was inspired by one of our favorite posts,How to Recycle Your Best Content to Market Your Law Practice. Have some content you’d like to recycle, but still don’t know where to start? Just drop us a line. And if you’d like to get our Legal Marketing tips delivered straight to your inbox, sign up for our newsletter. Amy Boardman Hunt is all about helping lawyers find their voice and showcase…
If you’ve spent hours creating a meaty, informative CLE presentation, don’t just use it once! This infographic was inspired by one of our favorite posts, How to Recycle Your Best Content to Market Your Law Practice. Have some content you’d like to recycle, but still don’t know where to start? Just drop us a line. And if you’d like to get our Legal Marketing tips delivered straight to your inbox, sign up for our