I’ve noticed amongst the legal community that solo and small law firms struggle with starting or continuing to blog regularly. Perhaps it’s because they don’t have a marketing department and are too busy handling their caseload along with all the other functions at the firm.
Do other professionals and small business owners face the same challenge?
Do the daily responsibilities of your business prevent you from blogging as a form of marketing?
A local attorney has developed a solution to help lawyers with this problem. Lisa Schmidt, owner of the Legal Linguist, is offering “ghost blogging” for attorneys. Click here for details and a couple blogs I wrote about her services.
Have you discovered similar blogging services for small business owners?
Would you use those services? Or don’t you feel blogging is necessary?
For those who do blog, would you contract out some of the blogging services to free up your schedule during busy times?
If you blog as a small business owner, let us know how blogging is working out for you?
- Has it increased your exposure?
- Generated new business?
- Provided you with a creative outlet?
- Other benefits?
I’d love to hear your successes and challenges around blogging. Please comment below and share your thoughts.