Welcome To The Lawyers Video Studio

We’re the only attorney video marketing company run by a trial lawyer, someone just like you; someone who speaks your language.

How It Works

I’m Gerry Oginski and I want to welcome you to The Lawyers Video Studio website. The content you’ll find here was created with you in mind; it was designed to help you sharpen your legal marketing and provide you with great lawyer marketing tips, strategies, and ideas.

Discover The Secrets

One of the first things you’ll notice about what I do is that I practice what I preach. I use these same exact tactics in my own attorney video marketing for my solo practice in New York; one of the most competitive markets in the country.

My website, http://www.Oginski-Law.com consistently comes up in the #1 organic search results on Google for highly competitive keywords. Not just page one, but position #1 on page 1. Here’s a little secret…I don’t pay anyone a dime to make that happen.

Frequently Asked Questions

Answers to the 5 Most Common Attorney Video Marketing Questions
I know video is popular online but where do I start? Do I make tutorials? Do I make a commercial about my practice?
The easiest way to start is by coming up with frequently asked questions that your consumers and clients ask on a regular basis. Nobody wants to know what your name is or how many years you’ve been in practice. Instead, they only want to know how can you help solve their legal problem. That’s it. Teach them something they don’t know. Don’t give them the law, but instead educate them.
Is it better to host videos myself on my website or is it ok to upload them to YouTube?
In the “old days” the answer would have been to host the videos yourself. However, since YouTube is the dominant player online today the answer is that it is perfectly acceptable to upload to YouTube and then to embed a video on your website and blog.
What other video hosting services are there besides YouTube and are those good to use as well?
There are many other video sharing sites online. The problem is that they are not all connected to the largest search engine in the world. It’s important to remember that Google is the largest search engine in the world. Want to know what the second largest search engine is? It’s YouTube. In addition to YouTube I would highly recommend uploading your videos directly to Facebook.
How many videos should I make? Is just one or two good or should I make more?
In 2006, when YouTube was in its infancy if you put up a handful of videos and someone was searching for you, you would likely get found pretty easily. Today, if you upload one or two videos you would pretty much guarantee that your videos would never be found. That’s because hundreds of hours of video content are uploaded each minute. YouTube and Google reward you for consistently putting up fresh new video content. That means you need to create video on an ongoing consistent basis. That will help you create a following of people who (1) look forward to getting your videos, (2) comment on them, (3) begin discussions about them, (4) like them, (5) share them and (6) embed them on their own websites. When you create consistent new fresh educational video content, the search engines will reward you over time for doing that. You’re actually providing a great service to your clients and consumers by putting out great new video content each day, week, month; as often as you can.
How often should I upload videos to the web?
The answer is as often as you possibly can. When I first started creating video back in 2006 I would upload video once a month. As I became more and more proficient that became more frequent. Now I upload video every day. I currently have over 1200 videos to market my solo law firm in one of the most competitive legal markets in the country. I receive calls and emails every day from people who have watched my educational videos to ask me for more information. I’ve also had the privilege of creating over 3000 videos to help lawyers across the country market their law firms.

What Lawyers Are Saying

Gerry, it was great to meet you and I am proud to say I have got my first video up on the web! Your online course is excellent. Take care. Moncton, New Brunswick, Canada
David Brannan

I was on vacation in Fort Lauderdale and shot a spot. I used a DSLR and a digital tascam. I am reviewing Gerry’s course. New year’s resolution – get busy! I recommend Gerry to everyone. Doing it yourself is very time consuming. I just got a call, the caller is from Texas and he chose me because he felt like he knew me. I have just scratched the surface. Cheers Gerry, Happy New Year, you are inspirational. Essex, Maryland
Joel Denning

We started exploring the strategy last July, started filming by September, and published the first video to YouTube Nov. 1. I am now publishing 2 videos per week and the response had been great. Charleston, South Carolina
David Haskins

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Video is rapidly becoming the dominant way to communicate online.

Lawyers who get in on the ground floor will be far ahead of the curve when everyone else realizes they need to create video.

By now you must be asking… OK… How can I get started with your lawyer marketing services?


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