Seriously, Why Haven’t You Created 50+ Attorney Videos to Market Your Law Firm?

Create 100+ Videos in 2 DaysSeriously, what is stopping you from creating a great collection of educational video that targets your ideal consumer?

I’m waiting for an answer…

I’m still waiting…

Don’t turn away. Don’t click off this blog post today.

Today is an awakening. It’s eye opening. It’s time you face the truth. Come on…

Level with me. No, level with YOURSELF.

I want you to write down what has stopped you from creating great lawyer video that speaks to your ideal clients.

Write it in big bold letters.

Now, tell me again what is stopping YOU from creating video marketing messages that your consumers want and need?

Is it a lack of time?

Is is a lack of resources?

Is is a lack of knowledge on how to do it?

Is it because of apathy and you don’t think video marketing for attorneys work?

Come on, SPEAK UP! I can’t hear you unless you actually voice your reasons why.

“Counselor, I want you to assume the following facts to be true…

  1. YouTube is the 2nd largest search engine in the world.
  2. Google is the 1st largest search engine in the world.
  3. Google owns YouTube; they are interconnected.
  4. Video is one of the best ways to get a viewer to know, like & trust you, before they ever meet you.
  5. Your consumers go online to search for information about how to solve their legal problems.
  6. You are invisible to the 2nd largest search engine without video.

Assuming those facts to be true, would you agree Counselor that creating video that resonates with your ideal consumers allows viewers the ability to recognize that you are the go-to expert in your legal field?

Would you also agree that by creating an abundance of video marketing messages, you establish credibility & authority without you ever having to say ‘Come to me because I’m great and I’ve been doing this for years!’

Can we agree that video allows you to give your viewers information that they are actually LOOKING for?

Would you also agree Counselor, that creating compelling video allows you to show how you’re different from all your competitors and colleagues?

Let me rephrase my earlier question counselor: What is stopping you from creating 50+ videos in a one-day video shoot?

(You see, there are no objections raised in this blog post. That’s because I get to control all objections and I have sustained them all behind the scenes. There’s no appeal as of right in this blog post!)

Importantly, I don’t get objections from attorneys when I ask these questions. Instead, I get some deep soul-searching and introspection where they come to the realization that there really is nothing stopping them from creating great educational attorney videos. They just need help getting it done.

That’s where I come in. I can help. Want to learn how? Simple.

Call me and we’ll chat about what you need and want to accomplish. It’s that easy. 516-487-8207 or by email:

One final point…

You should know that I do not accept everyone who applies here in the Lawyers Video Studio. You really have to prove yourself worthy. This will offend some. This will make some happy.

In any event, just being on the call you’ll learn some great marketing tips that will help you no matter what you decide to do and whether you’ll be able to do it with me here in the Lawyers Video Studio.

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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