My guest this week on ‘Wednesday Night Legal Marketing’ is digital futurists, keynote speaker, virtual event host expert and Emcee, Brian Fanzo. He’s going to show you how to create and give powerful, unique and memorable live videos and virtual presentations.
Because everyone is jumping on live video, it’s important to know what works and even more important, what doesn’t. Brian will show you how to tap into the power of live video, using new approaches, services and emotional storytelling techniques, to communicate your message, make your point and add value, while creating memorable and shareable experiences.
We go live on Facebook at MitchJackson.live and will also be pushing to the top social media platforms. Bring your questions and find out how to grab attention and make a powerful impact with your next live video and virtual presentation.
StreamYard is a live streaming studio in your browser. Interview guests, share your screen, and much more. Stream directly to Facebook, YouTube, LinkedIn, and other platforms. Click here to learn more and get your new show started today (affiliate link– because I think the platform is pretty darn cool!)
The courts are closed and person to person mediations are stayed, being reschedule, or off-calendar. To help lawyers and their clients get cases settled, my firm is now offering “NO CONTACT” live video mediations and settlement conferences. Get all the info at MediationLawyer.live
How To Immediately Grab The Attention of Your Audience!
I use these 10 approaches when giving a keynote from the stage, picking a jury, and giving an opening statement or closing argument. They also work very well when livestreaming.
Take a look and let me know what you think. Also, please share if you found value in this short video.
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BTW, our group isn’t just for lawyers, it’s for all professionals and business owners who understand the power of showing their “human side” on social media 😉
This past Tuesday on TheShow.Live we chatted about #VR #AR #MR and artificial intelligence (#AI) with industry and thought leaders Robert Scoble and Shel Israel. To date we’ve had more than 5,000 views and you can watch the recorded interview here on Facebook Live or below on Youtube.
Learn more about what’s on the horizon and how this technology is going to change your life. Find out why Robert and Shel wrote their new book, “The Fourth Transformation- How augmented reality and artificial intelligence change everything.” I also invite you to watch more past and upcoming interviews of people disrupting industries and creating change on our weekly livestreaming show, TheShow.live.
I am very excited to share my new LegalMinds Mastermind Group™, a cutting-edge community created to help lawyers master their people, business, and digital skills.
There’s a new and better way to practice law, build our brands, and market our practices. I say this because after 30 years of building my law firm, being an entrepreneur, and branding on the digital platforms, if there’s one truth that I’ve learned it’s the following:
When it comes to building their brand, marketing, and developing a practice, most lawyers do what every other lawyer in town is doing. And that’s a shame because 99.99% of these other lawyers don’t have a clue as to what they’re doing or why they’re doing it.
I figured this out twenty years ago and have never looked back. The tools, techniques and approaches I use on a daily basis have allowed me to build a global brand around my Southern California firm. What I’m doing is working very well and now I’m sharing my secret sauce with members of my LegalMinds Mastermind Group™.
If you’re a lawyer who would like to raise the bar in 2017, check out group. If you know a lawyer or have one in the family and would like to give them new practice and quality of life options, send them my way.
I believe that it’s important to be passionate about what you do in life. Heck, I’m more excited about practicing law today than ever before. Most lawyers don’t feel this way. The reason I’m so excited about law and life is because of the “why” and “how” I’m sharing each week in the group.
It’s probably obvious that I’m excited about the new LegalMinds Mastermind Group™. I invite you to click here to see what what my enthusiasm is about!
Live streaming video platforms like Periscope offer professionals an excellent way to add value and build new relationships around the world. This guide is designed to help you quickly start and properly use the Periscope platform.
Please keep in mind that there is usually more than one way to do many of the things I describe in this post. Because this is a quick guide and I want you to get started as fast as possible, simply follow my specific instructions to avoid complicating the process. After all, I want to see you “live” on Periscope sooner rather than later.
First Things First
Before you download and begin using Periscope, there are a few things you need to know when it comes to engaging on social media and the live streaming platforms. While I could write an entire chapter on each of these items (actually I did here), I think I’ll save sharing the full logic behind this specific advice for an upcoming live stream show. For the time being just remember to:
Be honest and truthful
Professionals need to leave the attitude back at the office and show their human side on all the social and live streaming platforms. Relax, relate to and engage your audience as you would a good friend or neighbor.
Feel free to follow me and watch my Periscopes if you want to see how I try and do this. I try and model some of the best Periscopers in the world and while I don’t always get things right, I do try and keep improving on a daily basis. I’m @MitchJackson on Periscope.
Periscope is owned by Twitter, and the two platforms go hand in hand. Although you don’t need a Twitter account to use Periscope, I think using Periscope without Twitter is like driving a Lamborghini all day in first gear (what’s the point right?). I’ll explain in more detail below.