The most astonishing gift for a writer: Sales training
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What is the secret to engaging writing? REAL people!
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Should my firm develop an app for better customer service?
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Never apologise for only wanting to work with exceptional people
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The Ultimate Step-by-Step Guide to Successful Blogging for the Legal Profession
This guide gives you the sequence, the templates, the resources, and the know-how, to make your law firm’s blogging a success.
Marketing strategy and content strategy use the same process
Marketing strategy and content strategy aren’t so different. In fact, they have an almost identical process. The difference is in the detail. Read on to learn how and why they vary.
How to disrupt your content without being disruptive
Is reorienting your law firm’s content to be 100% customer-oriented too disruptive? For some firms it is. Learn how you can do it without disruption.
Investors want returns, you need strategy. What do you do?
If your investors are pressuring you to just output content, you don’t have to give up on the strategy. You can take the middle road.
Blog Playbook for the Legal Profession: Blogging in your law firm
The Blog Playbook for the Legal Profession tells you what to do, step-by-step, right from when your blog is just a sparkle in your eye. Should you order yours? Read on to find out.
How to hack a strategic framework to underpin your content strategy
When you hack a strategic framework for your content system, you are choosing to use a reliable, known and tested structure for a critical element of your business.
How to create win-win digital experiences in law that people love
Crafting digital experiences that improve your law firm and make customers happy sounds like an epic task. It is, but it’s not hard. You can do it too.
International Legal Technology Association Conference 2016 — The Storify Story
The International Legal Technology Association Conference 2016 was held in August. The tweets are an awesome insight into what’s coming for the legal profession. We collected them into a single story, so you can read them too.
How to get to your business’s intention (and why it’s important)
Your business intention puts not only your company, but your content, in a state of absolute clarity. Read on to find out how to create your own.
Takeaways from the Smart Law & Legal Tech Panel Event by LexisNexis at The Law Society of SA (23 August 2016)
The Smart Law legal tech panel event was held at The Law Society of SA on 23 August 2016. Hosted by LexisNexis it was a sharp insight into the law’s future.
Part 2, Leadership: Content Strategy and your ISO 9001 system
In this article, you will learn how the leadership of the organisation in ISO 9001:2015 maps to your content strategy framework, and why it’s important.
Part 1, Context: Content strategy and your ISO 9001 system
In this article, you will learn how the context of the organisation in ISO 9001:2015 maps to your content strategy framework, and why it’s important.
Simplicity Cups: Workshop game for learning simplicity
Simplicity Cups is a game you can play to train your teams in applying the laws of simplicity. This is available under a Creative Commons license.
Sure, you need content people. But can you assess them?
How important is a formal content qualification if, as an employer, you don’t have the ability to properly assess it?
10 Steps to Simplicity: Creating simplicity is easier than you think
This article teaches you the 10 Steps to Simplicity. It will inspire you to start thinking about how you can apply it in your business — without struggling.
Why should my Board think about information governance?
Information governance is a critical issue for boards of all organisations. But how should they do this? Let’s have a look.
Immersion, storytelling and experience: Reasons not to rely on technology
An immersive experience is one that has no barriers. Yet we fail to create great experiences, or great stories. Let’s look at what this really means.
Does your content innovation support your existing strengths?
Content innovation must flourish while it supports your existing strengths. If it challenges your capability, it won’t last.
Two WordPress plugins for better workflow & productivity
There are heaps of great WordPress plugins. This article shows you two plugins that improve your content workflow & lift your productivity.
If you choose to ignore accessibility, what are you choosing instead?
In the wake of Stella Young’s death, we ask you whether accessibility is your default? Join us as we explore the reasons why accessibility is a big deal.
Good information management is more than a filing system
When you approach information management from a paper perspective, it becomes inefficient. Let’s look at some of the trouble it creates.
Customer Journey Maps and your law firm: Why your content strategy needs one
Customer journey maps are an essential element of your law firm’s content strategy. We look at what they are, why you need one, and how to use it.
Startup Mindset, Enterprise Thinking: Tools as Repositories
We need to have content at the centre of our strategies, but it’s challenging. Here is how to do it without having to build your own repository.
7 Ways to Disrupt Your Firm’s Communication Successfully
In this article we look at seven ways to disrupt your law firm’s communication successfully. Many of them you can start doing today.
Why Your Legal Practice Needs Content Lifecycle Management
In few areas is the issue of content life-cycle management more important than in the legal profession. This article talks about why lawyers need it, and why it’s so essential.
Content is not a piece, it’s a project in its own right.
When new projects are pitched, or planned, the “content” is usually slotted in as a piece, among other things. The reality is that “content” is a project in and of itself. You can also successfully argue that any digital project is at its heart a content project.
Content Strategy and Workflow: Know the rules before you disrupt them
Content strategy workflow demonstrates how you work now, and gives you the ability to determine how best to improve on what you’re doing.
Sorting out your message architecture is a big deal
Message architecture is difficult for people. And it’s fascinating to realise that many founders do not go through the journey of envisioning the future.
Content, value, and reward: Age-old worker debates
Assessing the value of your content is hard. This article responds to Gerry McGovern’s article about how content professionals are paid. Read on to see why.
Nelson Mandela was Strategic: What can you learn from him?
The most strategic, visionary leader of our time was Nelson Mandela. His wisdom also applies to Content Strategy. In this post, we show you how.
Got Style? Inside are two things your branding needs.
There are two very important cards that you need in your deck. These are (a) Style Guides, and (b) Tone of Voice Guides.
Notes from the SouthStart Sessions: Alan Noble on Failure
Alan Noble’s session at SouthStart Conference 2013 focused on what his journey has taught him about failure. These are my notes from his presentation.