Last Chance to Register: Using Social Media to Develop New Business

Larry Bodine

Attend the webinar on Wednesday and learn how to market your practice by tapping the keyboard instead of pounding the pavement. 

Join David Ackert and special guest yours truly in this live program about how to harness technology and social media to market your practice and connect with potential clients online.

Click here to sign up for this event.


PRESENTED BY: The Ackert Advisory and the Professional Business Development Institute (PBDI)
SPEAKERS: David Ackert and special guest Larry Bodine, Esq.
TODAY: Wednesday, August 22, 2012; one hour
♦ 10 am Pacific ♦ 11 am Mountain ♦ Noon Central ♦ 1 pm Eastern
LOCATION: on the web, on your computer

Register now for Marketing Without Leaving Your OfficeIt doesn't get easier than marketing your law practice by harnessing technology and social media. You don't have to leave your office to attract new clients -- in fact you don't have to leave your desk.

If you are frustrated at networking events where you don't know anyone, sitting through boring trade association meetings and competing to get speaking engagements -- this live web seminar is for you.

Register Now
Click here to register instantly with a credit card. Act now and get the early discount of $275. As of August 18 the registration fee will be $300. You can display the program in a conference room, put the telephone on speaker mode, and invite as many attendees at your firm as you wish. One connection per registration.

David Ackert and I will show you how to:

  • Use LinkedIn and Twitter to make meaningful contact with prospective clients.
  • Convert your blog into a foolproof client development resource.
  • Connect with top executives inside major businesses and strike up a relationship online.
  • Get your marketing message out to a potential audience of 100 million business decision-makers in 200 countries.
  • Create an online persona that generates business.
  • Get carefully selected clients and colleagues to recommend you publicly.
  • Get in tight with leaders of business industry group so that you can follow up with an in-person meeting.

There is a huge business development conversation taking place online. And if you make your presence known in social media, you'll reap new business.

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Comments (1) Read through and enter the discussion with the form at the end - August 23, 2012 12:28 AM

I found your article very informative. I appreciate that to develop a new business need a help of social media. Various business laws are important to understand.
Thank You,

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