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Picture this – you’re a lawyer, seasoned in your craft, and you stumble upon a platform that not only showcases your expertise but also builds trust and relationships with potential clients. Tempting, isn’t it? Well, that platform could be a podcast!

On this episode of Great Practice, Great Life, join us as Steve chats with Danny Ozment from Emerald City Productions, who gives us the lowdown on why lawyers and other professionals alike should seriously consider launching their own podcast.

We delve into the stories of lawyers who have already taken the plunge – like special needs attorney Annette and plaintiff attorney Tom, both using podcasting as a platform to advocate for those they serve. We also discuss unique strategies lawyers can adopt when kickstarting their podcast journey. But that’s not all! Danny reveals how podcasts are not just a platform for sharing your knowledge but can also be repurposed into various marketing strategies. 

Starting a podcast is no child’s play, and there are hurdles to overcome. Danny covers some of the common mistakes lawyers make while starting a podcast and how to steer clear of them. Steve and Danny conclude this episode by reiterating the benefits of podcasting for lawyers – a platform to build trust, share knowledge, promote your services, and make a difference in the world.

Whether you’re a seasoned podcaster or just considering starting your own, this episode is a goldmine you absolutely can’t miss!

In this episode, you will hear:

  • The benefits of podcasting for lawyers with expert guest Danny Ozment from Emerald City Productions
  • How podcasting can build trust, share expertise, and reach a wider audience
  • Some success stories of lawyers who have used podcasting to provide valuable legal advice to listeners and make a difference in their field
  • Common pitfalls when launching a podcast and strategies to avoid them
  • Repurposing podcasting into other marketing forms and contributing to business growth
  • Podcasting’s contributions to personal development and professional growth for lawyers
  • Avoiding common mistakes when starting a podcast, including overthinking the name, format, and artwork
  • The importance of committing to the podcast for a minimum of six months to gain traction
  • Building trust and relationships through podcasting with potential clients and using it to create content for other marketing strategies

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Steve Riley

Certified Practice Advisor & Attorney

Steve Riley has coached attorneys for more than 20 years. His one-on-one coaching focuses on a limited number of top producing attorneys committed to taking their practices to new levels of excellence, profit, and personal success. He also presents at group coaching workshops around the country for individual law firms, state bar associations, and other legal organizations.

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