While I’m not sure if my jurors, judge, and opposing counsel, are ready right now to let me share my inside the courtroom trial experiences with you on Snap, please rest assured that when they are, it’s “game on” 😉
Join me for more pics and videos over on Snap (I’m CA_Lawyer)
Once or twice a year I pull everything out of my garage, aka my “man cave,” and then clean things up, give stuff away, and toss out everything else I no longer need.
Same thing with my law firm office. Every December we shred old files, get rid of old books and furniture and cherry everything out, so it looks like new. Sometimes we slap up fresh paint and lay down new carpet.
It feels good to get rid of all the old stuff that we never use and add a bit of spit and polish to everything else. In addition to making everything look good, an annual cleaning of the “man cave” and office also helps me stay organized.
Last night I did the same thing on Snapchat. I got tired of trying to stay on top of hundreds of incoming snaps and stories from people who I don’t know or just don’t follow any more. During Thursday Night Football, I fired up the iPhone and deleted several hundred people from my Snapchat account.
I’m not going to lie. It felt good.
This morning, my Snapchat account is lean, clean, and an organized machine. Everyone who I want to follow is right there waiting for me to click, watch and engage. Easy peasy. I should have done this a long time ago.
Because this was such a liberating experience, I’m thinking about doing the same thing to my Facebook account over the weekend. How about you?
If you’d like to connect with me on Snapchat or any of the other social media platforms, click here!
I’m really looking forward to being Samantha Collier’s guest today on Blab. We’re going to discuss Snapchat for lawyers and other professionals and I’m going to share 5-6 “insider tips” to help you standout on the platform. Our show goes live at 10 am PST (1 pm ET) and you can watch the recorded show via the same link (click here or on the image below).
If you are a lawyer and need help with Snapchat, you can connect with Samantha by clicking here.
Several resources, articles and courses mentioned during the show can be found here:
Best Tip of All! Connect with Mitch on Snapchat (he’s CA_Lawyer) and see how he uses the platform (daily communication tips and sharing real life experiences). Again, Mitch’s handle on Snapchat is CA_Lawyer
Trial Trial Lawyer Communication Tips For Everyone
I’ll be sharing short and concise communication tips each day on social media. Proven approaches, methods and ideas that I’ve used over the last 30 years to successfully win million dollar cases and, real world ideas that I believe will work for you too, regardless of who you are or what you do.
Most of my tips will be shared on Snapchat (I’m “CA_Lawyer“) and Periscope and regardless of the platform, you can find relevant links on my Twitter feed and here.
Snapchat is now the closest thing to reaching out physically taking a client’s hand and bringing him or her into your business life. If we’re not already connected, click here or add me using the above code or manually via Mitch Jackson aka CA_Lawyer.
Today on Blab, we’ll be sharing different ways you can use the new #Snapchat Chat 2.0 to connect with clients and build your business. The show is live at 1pm PST (4pm ET) and will recorded and available via the same link
Click here to join us, ask questions and let us know how you’ll be using the new Shapcat to add value, help others and build your business.
It’s critically important to appreciate the fact that when you walk onto the stage or hit the “go live” button on Periscope or Blab, you NEED to grab the attention of your audience before doing anything else. Here are 5 good ways that work well for me.
Thursday evening I was a guest on the Social 545 Show. Hosts Saba Sedighi and Carlos Gill peppered me with outstanding questions about how we can all use Snapchat for business. What I thought was really powerful about last night’s Blab was the “roundtable” aspect of our discussion resulting in all of us sharing approaches and ideas about how and why we’re each using #Snapchat in business. If you’re already using Snapchat or interested in getting started, you’re going to enjoy the show!
We also chatted about the topic of success in business and frankly, discussed some things many entrepreneurs don’t like to talk about when it comes to hard work and success. If you want to avoid making the same mistakes, take a look and make the suggested changes.
Click here to watch the show and please share your thoughts, ideas and suggestions in the comments. And by the way, if you want to connect with any of us on Snapchat, my handle is CA_Lawyer, Saba is SabaSedighi and Carlos is TheCarlosGil 🙂
My answer is easy. It’s an outstanding platform that allows all of us to easily and quickly share our stories.
As with most of the social platforms, I look at Snapchat as another digital welcome mat to my law firm, services and even my life. And apparently I’m not alone. Check out these recent Snapchat statistics and then join me on the platform (I’m CA_Lawyer).
100 million daily users;
400 million Snapchats per day;
6 billion daily video views;
1 billion Snapchat Stories viewed each day;
Used by 18% of all social media users with 30% of U.S. Millennials accessing the platform regularly;
8,796 photos shared each second;
77% of all college students use Snapchat daily;
When it comes to selfies: 50% of all male college students and 77% of all female use the platform.
All of these people, and their friends are my potential clients.