Hosted by digital marketers Conrad Saam and Gyi Tsakalakis, Lunch Hour Legal Marketing is jam packed with tips and tricks for attracting more clients and business to your legal practice. Tune in monthly for expert advice to turbocharge your firm’s ability to generate cash money.
Conrad and Gyi cut through the crap and get to the information you need to know whether you’re a lawyer or the marketing person for your law firm of any size. This is the advice you need if you want to be competitive in today’s legal market. They present it in a digestible and easy to understandable format for newbies and professionals alike. No regrets in downloading this podcast.
I’m a lawyer and a marketing geek, so I may be a bit biased, but I love this show. Conrad and Gym (and the prior hosts too) help lawyers think differently about being a lawyer. A lot of lawyers I work with tend to believe that marketing is hard or confusing, but these guys break it down in a way that makes it easier to understand. They also make it fun. I highly recommend this podcast.
Recently I found your podcast and have only listened for a few episodes. I wanted to respond to the comment that the rap music is not good or should be changed. I like it. At the end of the day, the reason why we are listening to your marketing tips is to make money at our firm. It’s ~30 seconds, all the haters can deal with it. Keep up the good work.
In the world of legal marketing there is a wasteland of noise and people looking to take advantage of lawyers. If you want to know the truth about about legal marketing from a trusted and well respect source Gyi and Conrad are your answer. They are knowledgeable and well respected experts in the legal marketing industry who will tell it like it is. They have a great rapport and bring value in each episode.
I love the take aways, the transparency, the honesty that Conrad and GYI bring to the table on Legal Marketing topics. You two are by far, the most knowledgeable, accurate and up to date on the lastest and greatest, (with a sense of humor) there are in the legal marketing space. Keep up the great work and thank you for your willingness to share. 🙂