Lawyers Crafty Yet Slow On Blogging

May 7th, 2016 Posted by Business Development No Comment yet

Lawyers can be very crafty! Crafty in the sense that they know their particular craft but may be short on other areas like social media and blogging. I recently read a blog by Kevin O’Keefe which clearly states that law schools are teaching the craft of law but not teaching other areas of being successful like social media.

In this day when you want something you let your fingers do the walking on a keyboard or smart phone, not on the back cover of a phone book. The law firms that have been early adopters of Digital Marketing have jump far ahead of the old school firms. Building a law firm is all about relationships and reputation and the internet is the fastest way to grow a practice. Why aren’t the law schools preparing their graduates with a well-rounded education for this fast paced world we live in.

Please read more at to understand where many law schools are leaving students short. The silver lining for Omnibeat is that this a steady stream of work for an outsource who is a leader in Digital Marketing for lawyers. We enjoy assisting Laura Bromlow from Bromlow Law and can’t help but share her blog post about Elder Care and the issues now being discussed regarding Sex and the Elderly.

John Zahn is a Co-Founder of Omnibeat. As a long-time business owner with an interest in technology, he strives to help businesses embrace new technology while sharing their unique story online. John loves helping business owners “Catch the Wave of Digital Marketing.”

Omnibeat is the digital marketing outsource solution for growth in Los Alamitos and the greater Long Beach area.

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