Purposeful Content Supporting Sales with Jason Myers

Jason Myers in the Flightpath offices after discussing content marketing as a sales strategy on the Legal Marketing Studio podcast. May 2017

Content requires purpose. Reframing content as part of the sales process helps it to drive lead intelligence gathering and ultimately generate more qualified leads. Jason Myers of Flightpath joins me on this episode of the Legal Marketing Studio to discuss why he frames content marketing in this way and walks us through his approach to content. Whether your firm is just starting to consider a content marketing campaign, pumping out content to no avail or driving significant business from content already, Jason’s insight will prove incredibly useful.

A sample of Flightpath’s white papers that Jason mentions in the podcast can be downloaded here: On Making the Case for Content Marketing.

Recorded May 17, 2017 at Flightpath’s Flatiron offices.

Moving Law Firm Websites Towards Publishing Platforms Using Attorney Microsites, a conversation with Robert Algeri


The nature of the web is constantly changing, giving law firms significant opportunities to leverage their websites in new and innovative ways. In the second episode of a four part mini-series on web design for law firms, Robert Algeri of Great Jakes joins me to talk about his agency’s vision for law firms’ websites as publishing platforms and their use of Attorney Microsites as one means of achieving this. There are some terrific insights on the potential for law firms’ web presences.

Recorded January 9, 2017 @ the offices of Great Jakes in New York City.

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Using Print; Balancing Marketing, Business Development and Business Process Improvement: a Conversation with Mark Messing

Mark Messing, the CMO of Duane Morris, kindly joined me on the Legal Marketing Studio’s last episode of 2016. What was originally intended to be a conversation focused on the way Duane Morris uses print publications within (and throughout) its marketing ended up covering quite a bit more ground. Mark generously shared his thoughts on the relationships between marketing, business development and business process; forging strong client relationships; building engaging pitch teams (and the need for them to rehearse!); the perception gap between a given marketing tool’s aesthetic value vs functional value; and where Mark sees the legal industry and legal marketing moving over the next few years. All in all, lots of really interesting insights in this fascinating podcast.

The print publications discussed in the episode can be seen on the firm’s website here.

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Recorded October 11, 2016 @ the offices of Duane Morris in Philadelphia.