My Interview with James Publishing (we shared massive value for all the lawyers in the world!)

I enjoyed being interviewed earlier this week by Travis Hise and Kara Prior of James Publishing. It’s always fun to have the opportunity to share social media and digital tips to help other lawyers build their brand and make an impact using social media.

Please click here or on the image below to watch video webinar. Also feel free to stop by my LegalMinds Mastermind if you’d like to join by global community!

The Ethics of Doing Business on Twitter (and Social Media) via #TwitterSmarter

The 7 Legal and Business Ethics of Twitter Marketing

I really enjoyed Thursday’s #TwitterSmarter Twitter Chat and post-show Facebook Live with Madalyn Sklar. The topic revolved around “The 7 Legal and Business Ethics of Twitter Marketing” (Twitter summary with questions and answers here) and then we did a post show follow-up via  Facebook Live immediately thereafter (click here or watch below).

 

“The Secrets To Marketing and Automating Your Law Practice: A Lawyers Guide To Creating Systems, Getting Clients, and Becoming A Legal Rainmaker.”

I’m honored to have written Chapter 12, “13 Ways Lawyers Can Repurpose Content on Social Media” in this new book by David M. Britton, CEO of PracticePanther. It’s titled, “The Secrets To Marketing & Automating Your Law Practice: A Lawyers Guide To Creating Systems, Getting Clients, & Becoming A Legal Rainmaker.”

While every chapter provides massive real-world value, my two favorites are by contributing friends and experts, Nicole Abboud of AbboudMedia (“Branding Bootcamp 101”) and Nick Rishwain of Experts.com (“Multi-Platform Publishing & Scheduling”).

My New Interview on “The Gen Why Lawyer” #Podcast

My new #podcast interview on one of the ABA Journal’s top-rated #podcast, “The Gen Why Lawyer” titled, “The 3 Keys to Success with Mitch Jackson”

Thank you Karima Gulick and Nicole Abboud for having me on the show!

Real Online Business Stories: Jennifer Quinn and Mitch Jackson


In The Beginning

Lisa and I first met live video professional, Jennifer Quinn aka JennyQ, in New York at Periscope Summit 2015. I was in the Big Apple to speak on a panel and to share legal tips with online business owners trying to figure out what this new livestreaming animal called Periscope was all about. JennyQ was there to network and build her business.

After the event, JennyQ and I continued to stay connected. We commented on each other’s blog posts, supported each other’s Periscopes by sharing and hearting them up, and retweeted each other’s tweets.

The following year, JennyQ and I again met at the San Francisco Periscope Summit where I once again shared legal tips for livestreaming business owners. I still remember seeing JennyQ’s smile as she rode down the escalator to meet me in the lobby to say hi!

During the next couple of years, JennyQ and I made it a point to help each other with online live video business issues. We also intentionally appeared on several live video shows together. Usually, she shared live video production, marketing, and branding tips and I add my thoughts and expertise regarding online legal business tips.

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