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YouLaw: Brain-Freeze Lawyers Use Animation But Accomplish Nothing
By Gerry Oginski | Monday, January 26, 2009
1 = Lowest Possible Score; 5 = Highest Possible Score
I’m sure the brain-injury lawyers Jaray & Webster in Colorado Springs are good at what they do.
But watching their video, “The Law Firm of Jaray and Webster Can Help in an Instance of Brain Injury,” gave me a brain-freeze — that “uh-oh” moment when you’ve eaten too much ice cream too quickly.
The video features a dorky animated “brain” sitting at a real conference table telling you about how injuring your brain is much worse than hurting your toe.
To read the full review, go to Technolawyer Blog and learn what this video did wrong.
Listen in as Scott Drake from the Legal Broadcast Network interviews me about Video Marketing for attorneys.
Learn the reasons why video marketing is the best return on investment. Learn why a person looking online for an attorney is more likely to choose a lawyer who answers their unasked questions than someone who simply talks about themself.
Just published another article at Law.com about, what else?
Video Marketing Tips for Lawyers.
Read the article to find out why you should never tell viewers how difficult your area of law is. It’s an eye-opener.
Click here to read the full article in the Technology section of Law.com. I promise you’ll learn something new.
For those of you following my helpful tips for creating video for lawyers, you should definitely read the Legal Technology section of Law.com for a series of articles I’ve written. These articles will help you create and produce better informative and educational videos.
Here’s the beginning of the article:
“What you should never include in your video that 99 percent of attorneys include: YOURSELF!
Let me repeat that. Do not talk about yourself. Here’s why.”
Read the full article about video tips for lawyers here, to learn more.