2013 was a fun year for me as I really got me feet wet in the podcasting world. I recorded 32 episodes of the JDBlogger Podcast in 2013 and had the opportunity to interview and get to know a lot of great lawyers/marketers and get a lot of great tips on how to better market my law practice.
Podcasting is an incredible platform in that the reach is so wide. I record my podcast out of my office each week and while it often feels like I am just speaking to the wall when I am recording, during the last year my podcast was downloaded by people in 71 different countries! I have regular listeners in Thailand, South Africa, Belgium, Estonia, and even Iraq. I look forward to a new year of podcasting and engaging with you all online.
In looking back over the last year the following 5 episodes were the most listened to episodes of the podcast for 2013 based on number of downloads:
In this episode I went over several questions I had received via email from listeners, including the hot topic of whether your blog should be a part of your law firm website or a separate beast all together.
I think the title of this one may have driven the traffic. With huge numbers of lawyers out there how hate what they do each day many are looking for a way out or a way to make things better. I discuss how you can use content marketing as a way to build a practice full of clients you enjoy working with.
In this episode I discussed my experience in launching a solo practice back in 2005 and then again in 2011. Tons of helpful tips and insights if you are looking to make the jump.
#4- Episode 8 – No More Gavels! No More Scales of Justice! Website Design for Lawyers with Cynthia LaLuna
In this episode I interview Cynthia LaLuna of Rowboat Media. Cynthia talks specifics about law firm website design and ways to stand out in the crowd.
In this episode I interview bankruptcy attorney and law firm marketer Jay Fleischman on the ins and outs of Google+, SEO, and his experience in working remotely and in the “cloud”.
Thanks to all my guests over the past year and I look forward to more great interviews in the months to come!