Monthly Archives: October 2013

Podcast Interview: Setting measurable goals and video marketing with Gerry Oginski

He has reached new heights in his practice and client development by integrating video marketing into his firm, and shares with the Happy Go Legal listeners how he has been able to set and achieve measurable goals and share great resources with others. Continue reading

The Lawyers Video Studio is Now the Benchmark By Which Other Video Companies Use to Compare Video Services

Recently a video company used the Lawyers Video Studio as its’ benchmark in comparing their prices to ours. I was pleased to see that we were the highest priced company offering video services. Continue reading

How Much Engagement Do You Have With Your YouTube Viewers?

Get them to leave comments on the video. Get them to interact with you. Get them to subscribe to your channel. If you have no interactions, the search engines will quickly realize that you are not using YouTube as a social network, but rather as a place to store and host your videos. Continue reading

The Power of Controversy

The moment you hear of injustice, your sense of moral righteousness kicks in. The story has intrigue. It’s different. It’s unusual. It’s gives you a visceral sense of right and wrong. You know which side is right and which side is wrong instantly. Continue reading

I’m in Video Marketing Withdrawal; I Feel Like an Attorney Video Marketing Addict

Since I love creating great content that my clients and consumers really appreciate, I felt like I was in withdrawal since I had not created any content today. Continue reading

Are You Shooting Attorney Video For a Desktop, Tablet or Smartphone Experience?

When a consumer is on the go and has their tablet or smartphone with them, there's a good chance they're in a crowded or maybe even noisy environment. There's a good chance the person watching your video will have headphones on. That's a good thing. Continue reading

Testimonials

We needed the assistance of someone who knew what they were doing. We can spend probably 10 times the amount of time today, creating 2 videos – let alone 50. So, I think when it boils down to it having someone like yourself who knows what they’re doing, has a system in place, and can really kind of work with you to get the videos flowing, get the content going – I think it’s definitely the way to go. I think you’d spend just too much time – too much energy – in trying to do it yourself.

Michael McGlinn
McGlinn & McGlinn, Attorneys at Law