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As a lawyer, you know that you should be using LinkedIn. You’ve set up your profile and are good to go. But soon you realise: Life online is not that easy.
This webinar will provide answers to your LinkedIn questions. Our speaker, Tobias Steinemann, is an expert in legal marketing. Part of his work is to help lawyers and law firms to use LinkedIn more effectively. In our session, Tobias will solve the three most common problems that lawyers usually face with LinkedIn. He will discuss the following questions:
- How can lawyers use LinkedIn to acquire clients?
- What and how shall lawyers post?
- How can lawyers make their content more visible on LinkedIn?
In addition to these topics, Tobias will answer your questions during a Q&A session at the end of the webinar.
Join us on Monday, 22 June from 16:00 to 17:00 CET.
Tobias Steinemann, Marketing of Legal Services and Legal Content
Marketing of legal services and legal content is Tobias’ area of focus. As a former lawyer, he has specialised in supporting law firms and individual lawyers in the area of marketing and communications. Among other things, this includes the following:
The webinar is open to everyone.
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