Category: Workshops & Webinars

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Boost workshop attendance with these simple tips

Boost workshop attendance with these simple tips

Have you ever had this happen to you? You’re hosting an elder law or estate planning workshop. Everybody signs up, but nobody shows up. 😩

You want to get those people to your workshop, but you don’t know how.

The best practices outlined in this article will help you turn registrants into attendees.

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3 tips for choosing the perfect workshop venue

3 tips for choosing the PERFECT workshop venue

Today I want to go over some venue selecting strategies to consider when you’re planning your next Estate Planning or Elder Law workshop.

There is one thing that does make a difference, which is the state of mind that your attendees are in when they actually come to your event.

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Attorneys: Are potential clients ghosting you? Try this.

This is a method you’ve probably never considered to re-engage potential clients. It’s simple, easy, and cost effective.

We found this idea from somebody that’s in the financial services industry. We wanted to share with you because it could revolutionize the way that you follow up with these lost leads.

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This is an example of our monthly YouTube content.

Every month we will provide you the top 4 trending YouTube topics (keywords) related to Elder Law & Estate Planning. These are things that your potential clients are already searching for!

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These are examples of the e-newsletters that we create for our clients.

With our email management service, we create and send a weekly e-newsletter to your contact list. We brand it with your colors and logo, and it looks like it comes straight from your firm.

This is an example of the emails in our nurture sequence. 

With our email management service, we create you both sales and nurture email campaigns that follow up with all new potential clients for 2 months.

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