Efforts to build the brand of Collaborative Divorce Texas continue to pay dividends as more professionals continue to report that they are having more people come in asking for their case to be handled collaboratively. Elsewhere in this newsletter, you will find a letter from Kim Munsinger reporting on a new case that came to her because of the Collaborative Divorce Texas website and her newly minted status as a credentialed professional. What can you do to make sure that you are taking full advantage being a member of Collaborative Divorce Texas and leveraging the marketing efforts into your practice? Here’s a checklist to help grow your collaborative business.[ ] Make sure that your website uses the term Collaborative Divorce -- not Collaborative Law. These are the keywords that are being used in the marketing materials, social media and on the website. [ ] Use the Collaborative Divorce Texas logo on your website as an affirmation that you are committed to the collaborative process. [ ] Begin planning now to become credentialed as a collaborative process. The deadline to apply is August 31st. [ ] Take advantage of the blogs, videos and other content that appear on the CDT Facebook page by allowing CDT to post that content to your business Facebook page. [ ] Supplement the CDT Facebook campaign in each major market by running a Facebook campaign, particularly in the months following the CDT campaign in your market. [ ] Make sure that your profile on the CDT website has accurate information and a current photo. [ ] Write a blog for CDT to have your content appear on Facebook and set up an author’s profile with additional links to your website for every blog you write.
Collaborative Professionals throughout Texas are seeing their collaborative business grow. If you need help with any of the items on the checklist to make your practice grow, contact Tim Crouch at The Crouch Group toll-free 888-211-0273.