I started this post with a cool list of top five things you need to do to optimize your practice and to generate solid business leads. I had the top five things in my head because I just read about them on Twitter. Just five. Then I forgot them all. I think one was something like “Eat Avocados.” No, use Avvo. No. Oh, crap, forget it. I know it was not Top 5 Things I Learned While Drunk Off My Ass at an ABA Tech Show, which I posted earlier. [Read more...]
Those of us in the office this morning were chugging Red Bulls and trading stories of sucky Valentine’s Day celebrations when Amy said, “hey, let’s have a contest.” We all thought it was a stupid idea until Chank said he liked it. Then we all thought it was awesome, even Ninja Dog. That’s how office politics work.
Big Legal Brain is all about providing attorneys with cutting-edge practice management tips and resources, such as our paperweight total practice management solution. As we like to put it, we provide big-brain ideas for small-brain clients. Thus, when the rest of the world is in the middle of recounting all of the best blog posts of the prior year, we instead look ahead to our top 10 posts for the coming year, 2011. We expect these posts to deliver. And we mean big time, as in:
I get hundreds of questions each day about how to write a blog post I call the “Top 5 list.” These are the posts that list the top 5 reasons for doing something or the top 5 or 10 best resources to consider for your law practice. These top 5 lists are hugely popular, and for good reason: they allow you to revive old material and organize it into a list that gives that material new life.
So, when a young or new blogger asks me about how to create one of these list posts, this is usually my advice. [Read more...]