Earlier today I was contacted by Gwynne Monahan about writing an article for the American Bar Association Magazine and/or Legal Technological Resource Blog. Coincidently, I had just finished a draft of an article on the same topic yesterday evening and so I happily responded to Gwynne with two thumbs up.
Before finalizing my draft, I decided to walk my talk and use live streaming, and crowdsourcing, to add more valuable approaches and tips to the article. I schedule a Blab (the real-time video platform I used) and went live.
The feedback I received was amazing. Industry leaders and influences jumped on the live Blab and shared their great ideas in real time via video, in the comments, and in post-show emails.
I’ll be updating and sharing my article with Gwynne later this week but wanted to immediately make our Blab available to you. You can immediately use these great tips to jump start your mobile live streaming efforts.
By the way, it’s not too late to share your thoughts. Reach out here or share your tips in the comments below. I just may use them in my article!
New York catastrophic injury, wrongful death, and medical malpractice lawyer, John Fisher, shared this unexpected and extremely generous article at LawMarketing.com. After a long day of slaying dragons in court, it was good to get back to the office and see this in my email inbox. Thanks John!
Click here or on the picture to read John’s article
Using this approach has kept me grounded and allowed me to help my community and at the same time, build my business through referrals. Regardless of what you do for a living, if done right, this approach will work for you too.
Click here or the image below to watch today’s Periscope. Share your comments below 🙂
Professionals- Learn how to use real-time live streaming video to help others, expand your sphere of influence and build your practice!
On Tuesday at 2:30pm ET on #Blab, The Enchanting Lawyer, Jacob Sapochnick, and I will share several good live streaming tips you can start using immediately! Click here or on the picture to watch the live or recorded show.