Getting your face out there! Marketing Tips for Lawyers and Accountants

Hello and welcome to this weeks Wednesday wisdom. So today I thought I would talk to you about getting your face out there! This is really important whether or not you’re a professional service firm or a business. 
What are you doing to show your face and develop that relationship with your clients? I was having a think about some ways that you might want to do this. 
The first way is you might want to do videos so people get a feel for who you are and your personality and it’s great for YouTube and LinkedIn. People can really understand what you are about. The second thing that you might want to do is put a picture of you on your email signature that’s really important because people get lots and lots of emails and I think it’s really nice for them to be able to see who you are and actually put a face to a name for the email that they get through. 
Another thing that you could do is potentially put a picture on your business card. How many times have you looked at your business card collection and can’t remember who people are and what they look like? For me having pictures on business cards are very very useful. 
The other thing that you might want to do with more physical things and go networking? Go and talk to people make sure people get to meet you and see who you are and what you’re about. Don’t be afraid to go and meet new people and have one-to-one’s, coffee’s and catch-ups to get to know them on a deeper level. 
There are lots of different things you can do to get your face out there it’s really really important that people get to see who you are if you’re one of those guys that don’t have a picture of yourself on your website then you must think about doing that! Because again it is very very important. 
There are lots of different ways that you can get your face out there and if you haven’t please approach a professional photographer to get these done and if you need any recommendations please shout because I have a couple I can recommend. 
I hope you’ve found this week’s video useful and bye for now!