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Content marketing is a way to promote your law firm online and in the real world. It’s not just about posting blog posts or articles on social media—it’s about creating original content for your site that attracts visitors. You can make these pieces yourself, but if you’re not an expert writer, it might be more effective to hire someone like me (or one of my colleagues) who specializes in writing for lawyers! Here are seven ideas for how you can use content marketing today:

Create a YouTube channel.

A YouTube channel is a great way to reach potential clients and showcase your work. It’s also an excellent way to share videos others have created, which can help you build trust with potential clients.

The average person spends more than three hours per day watching videos online, so it makes sense that this platform would also be popular among attorneys! A YouTube channel will allow you to upload original content about legal matters and promote your law firm at the same time; this approach helps reinforce what makes it different from other firms in Tampa’s legal market space: expertise in specific areas of practice such as family law or criminal defence (to name just two).

Create original content for your website.

Create original content for your website.

  • Create a blog on your website. Blogs are an excellent way to provide updates about what’s happening in the law firm world and how it can impact your business. It’s also an easy way to engage with clients so that you can get feedback on how they use and like your services, which will help improve them over time.
  • Create pages for each practice area on the site’s front page (for example, Employment Law). These pages should include information about what makes up this area of law (e.g., employment laws), who these laws apply to (employees vs employers), why they matter so much today in terms of liability issues pertaining directly towards businesses looking into hiring new staff members or who have already been hired but need legal advice regarding an employment dispute situation occurring within their company’s structure at present–these types topics would typically fall under our category called “Labor Injuries” since there are many potential outcomes associated with these types scenarios; this could include things like lost wages due lack thereof due negligence by either party involved; medical bills incurred during treatment after the injury occurred due lack thereof; future medical bills incurred because the person involved doesn’t see a doctor regularly enough leading up until the date when an accident occurs causing permanent disability.”

Write blog posts on as regular a basis as possible.

Blog posts should be well-researched and relevant to your target audience. They should be at least 500 words long, written in a conversational style, and exciting and engaging. Blogging is an excellent way to keep your audience up-to-date on new developments in the law firm market and provide them with helpful information about what’s happening in the industry.

If you still need to write blog posts regularly, start today!

Post regularly to LinkedIn, Facebook and Twitter with links to your site.

Post regularly to LinkedIn, Facebook and Twitter with links to your site. These social media platforms are great for reaching a large audience and promoting your content but don’t just post links to your site. You should also use social media to engage with your audience and build relationships. When you add a link in the description field on LinkedIn or Facebook, it’ll be seen by more people who aren’t paying attention because they aren’t looking at the page where you put this information, which means more people could potentially see what’s being said about them!

The best way I’ve found is by making sure each post has an image attached so that people can get a better idea of how well-written or relevant it was before clicking through:

Contribute to industry publications and websites.

  • Contribute to industry publications and websites.
  • Create a content calendar of events, conferences and classes you will attend in that period.
  • Create a blog to post articles about your law firm, its services, and client wins that week. Consider creating an email newsletter that goes out every few months with tips on marketing for lawyers or business owners who want to grow their businesses using social media channels (LinkedIn, Facebook). This will allow them to stay up-to-date with what’s happening around town without having to log into every social media platform separately! It’s also helpful if people can subscribe to get everything important coming up at the end of each month/quarterly cycle.-

Ask experts in your field to post content to your site.

Ask experts in your field to post content to your site.

You can find experts by searching social media, LinkedIn or contacting the local Chamber of Commerce. If you have a list of people who are not necessarily attorneys but might be interested in writing blog posts for you, send them an email and ask if they’d like to write one for free! Or offer them compensation for their time and effort (i.e., money).

Create an e-magazine or newsletter and distribute it monthly or quarterly.

You can create an e-magazine or newsletter and distribute it monthly or quarterly. If you have the time and resources, creating a digital publication is a great way to engage with your target audience.

You can also use this content marketing to educate clients about new developments in law firms’ areas of expertise, like intellectual property or litigation. The more familiar they are with these topics, the more likely they will be open to working with you on specific projects that require those skills.

Today, you can effectively market your law firm through content marketing on the Web.

Content marketing is a great way to build trust with potential clients.

Content marketing can attract new clients and generate leads for your law firm.

Content marketing can help you build your brand and increase search engine rankings for keywords related to legal services, accounting or other aspects of your business.

The TAMPA CONTENT MARKETING FOR LAW FIRMS initiative consists of seven different content creation methods:


Content marketing is a powerful way to reach your target audience and grow your law firm. You can create valuable, relevant, and engaging content with these ideas. If you want more tips on producing high-quality content for your law firm’s website, check out our blog post on 10 Ways To Get Your Law Firm Online!