In this episode, we continue our conversation with Danny Ozment from Emerald City Productions. We discussed many aspects of getting started in podcasting as a lawyer, including how a podcast can turn into actual prospective clients for a law firm.
A podcast helps to gain listeners’ trust, build relationships and eventually generate leads and referrals. If you are ready to settle in for the long run, a podcast can help you uplevel your business in ways you never expected.
If you haven’t heard part one yet, we recommend going back to it so you can hear all of Danny’s tips for starting a podcast as a lawyer!
We are coming up on our 100th episode and second anniversary of Your Law Firm Is a Business – but we need your help. To celebrate, we want to add another 200 unique new listeners before we reach our 100th episode. You can help by sharing our show on social media and tagging us or leaving us a review on your podcast platform of choice. If we hit the goal, we will provide fun giveaways, including things from some of our tech tips episodes.
- How to think of the target listeners when recording
- How a podcast can turn into actual prospective clients for a law firm
- What you should think about once you start a podcast
- What technology to use
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- Don’t overthink it
- Start ugly
- Contact Emerald City Pro and schedule a call