Sarah Eshiwani

Sarah Eshiwani is currently a Digital Marketing Manager with Martindale-Hubbell, and has been with the company for 2 years. Overall, she has 10+ years of experience in the digital marketing field.

Recent Articles

Ways to Initiate Client Conversations

While most attorneys understand that the first conversation with a potential client is one of the most critical steps to a successful sign-up, many approach these conversations with apprehension, nervousness, or even dread. The skills that you’ve developed in law school don’t always include sales and business development, and many lawyers would prefer to be…Read More

Instagram for Law Firms

One of the biggest social media platforms utilized by businesses and entrepreneurs across the world is Instagram. With over 25 million business profiles operating today, organizations are tapping into the huge marketing potential of the platform and growing their reach like never before. Although social media platforms like Facebook, Snapchat, Pinterest, and Twitter remain popular,…Read More

Internet Marketing Challenges for Law Firms in 2018

Lawyers have always faced a host of challenges related to acquiring new business, maximizing their public presence, and establishing themselves as credible professionals. These are marketing concerns are nothing new to law firms across the US. However, the excess of technology and advertising options present new wrinkles to an otherwise timeless issue.We have identified four…Read More

Reasons To Blog As A Lawyer

As an attorney who is active on the web, you may notice that some of your colleagues are actively blogging on their websites and social media profiles. We often hear the question: “It seems like everyone else is blogging. Do I need to do it too?” To that question, we often respond: “Yes, but only…Read More

How to Leverage Q&A Platforms like Quora

Lawyers specialize in information and arguments. If you are a lawyer, people seek your services because they lack the legal information and rhetorical expertise they need in order to advocate for themselves. In short, you know something they need to know, and you know how to use it. It is this arrangement that makes online…Read More

Social Media Do’s & Don’ts for Lawyers

With the rise of social media platforms and the ease with which we can post and share information, the more professionals, and more specifically lawyers, must be cautious about the kind of information they are sharing. Here are some practical do’s and don’ts for lawyers to adhere to so as to get the most out…Read More

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