Tuesday, April 30, 2013

Why is This Attorney Club Different From All Other Attorney Clubs?

 
Hmm, let's see -- everyone gathered around a table, there is food, wine and presentations -- is it Pesach all over again?

(What can I say --this stuff is like catnip).

11 comments:


  1. THE CAPTAIN REPORTS:

    SO, YOU WANT TO BE A CIRCUIT COURT JUDGE .....

    The JNC is in session today and they are interviewing 10 candidates (including two County Court Judges) to replace Judge Joel Brown. They will forward up to six of these names to the Governor. Your next Circuit Court Judge will come from the folllowing list:

    10:00 - 10:15 Jason Bloch
    10:15 - 10:45 Robert Luck
    10:45 - 10:55 Michelle A. Delancy
    11:00 - 11:15 Alan Sackrin
    11:15 - 11:45 Ayana Harris
    11:45 - 12:00 Steven Reininger
    12:45 - 12:55 Sandra Miller-Batiste
    12:55 - 1:25 Thomas Cobitz
    1:25 - 1:55 Wendell Graham
    1:55 - 2:15 Donald J. Cannava

    Good luck to all the applicants.

    Captain Out .....
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  2. Don Cannava has the hair, baby.

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  3. BNI RIP OFF

    bni lawsuit???

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  4. 6:08 But his deal is only for lawyers. Why does everyone want to sue this guy? or is that how you are looking for cases?

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  5. I have been to BNI and been to the Attorney Breakfast Club. BNI is business networking. ABC is attorney networking. Pretty clear difference. Also, BNI does not own the intellectual property behind networking clubs. There is no intellectual property behind networking groups. Aren't we all attorneys here?

    Maybe if you guys joined ABC then you could spend your time working on new profitable cases.

    Maybe if you joined ABC you could say some of these things to Spencer's face.

    Maybe if you met Spencer you might realize he is an honest hardworking attorney.

    Maybe if you created your own content you wouldn't have time to troll and criticize his.

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  6. Good lawyers tend to receive referrals because they are good lawyers, not because they promote themselves. I realize times are tough and everyone is looking for business opportunities, but doesnt this all seem a bit desperate? I wouldnt buy a suit or a car from a salesman begging for my business or who repeatedly calls or emails me, injecting himself into my daily life in the hopes I will come around. Why would anyone hire a lawyer under the same conditions?

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  7. Well said 11:54.

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  8. Since when is content marketing desperate? Spencer creates blogs and videos to help people understand PI. He has created more educational content on the internet regarding PI than anyone in South Florida. This is bad?

    ABC is full of good lawyers. That is why they refer business to each other. That is how it works.

    Rubinstein injects with advertising. Aronfeld gives away educational content that people can subscribe to or not.

    Five years from now every attorney in the country is going to wish they had started content marketing.

    What is desperate is not creating content on line and hoping the phone rings.

    Clearly blogs, emails, social media and video will define how attorneys market going forward. If you don't embrace it now you are going to be left behind.

    Hard to do. Easy to criticize.

    If you were a potential PI client, would you trust the guy with hundreds of posts, videos and #1 google ranking for the subject matter of your case or would you trust the old school guy with the yellow pages ad?

    If you were referred to an attorney, aren't you going to google him?

    Doesn't it matter what happens when someone googles your name or your practice name?

    What happens when someone googles you?

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  9. you marketers are pathetic. when my name is googled you don't get me pontificating on some bullshit; rather, you get news articles discussing my cases. real marketing is from the free market. if you're a good attorney your cases will make the news and bring you shitloads of new cases. or if your cases are boring, but you do solid work, you'll get referrals. man up and find clients, not seo maximizer charlatans who couldn't get their case called on a umc hearing to save their lives (because they have no fucking clients).

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  10. This attorney club does seem to be way different from other attorney clubs. I wonder if all of the lawyers in Victoria BC know about this.

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