Let me know if this hits home for you in the comments or private DM. Thanks!
I believe Clubhouse and Twitter Spaces will allow all of us to build better relationships, connect in more meaningful ways, and become better leaders. As I am trying to do, please consider joining me in using these tips to communicate and connect better on the new audio only platforms.
Nothing catches people’s attention like breaking news. Whether it’s the latest celebrity divorce or a well-known software company announcing its latest release, there is always something happening in the news that piques people’s interests. This level of attention and interest is precisely what lawyers and business owners can use to grow their businesses. That is what newsjacking is all about.
In The Power of Newsjacking: How to Get Noticed, Build Relationships, and Grow Your Business, author Jon Mitchell “Mitch” Jackson shares insight and real-life examples teaching lawyers how to combine their knowledge and expertise with breaking news to create valuable and helpful content for clients. This chapter covers:
- What newsjacking entails
- How to properly and thoughtfully newsjack a current events story
- What tools and methods are available to use
- Where to find stories to build a content library
Learn more about the powerful WordRake platform here.
From Ecamm: Today at 1PM ET we are unlocking another leap into live streaming session (live and recorded).
In this session he breaks down the legal ins and out of #livestreaming, and teaches you easy ways to protect yourself when streaming! Watch above or here on YouTube.
If you’re a lawyer on Clubhouse, and would like to keep the conversation going after the room is over, please join us over in the new Facebook Group for “Lawyers on Clubhouse.”
We’re sharing Clubhouse tips, co-hosting opportunities and networking opportunities. For example, the idea is to have a place where lawyers on Clubhouse can do the following 24/7:
1. Share tips and answer questions about using Clubhouse.
2. Share interesting Rooms and Clubs.
3. Crowdsource ideas relating to Clubhouse.
4. Networking opportunities (co-moderating rooms, referrals…)
Click the link, answer a few questions to confirm you’re a lawyer on Clubhouse, you agree to keep things positive, and you’re good to go!