Legal Writers Wrap Up: October 2018

Legal Writers Wrap up

As the Banking Royal Commission wraps up, and property prices in the Eastern states start to slide, the news this month is mostly about money.  Increased regulation and scrutiny are likely to affect clients in a range of industries. If you need to let your clients know about any of these developments, get in touch: we can help! Corporate Proprietary companies can now raise…

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Legal Writers Wrap Up: September 2018

Legal Writers Wrap up

September was a busy month for our government as they reassessed their policies under a new leader. This has kept law-makers relatively quiet, although it promises to heat up in the coming months. But there’s still plenty of news this month to update your clients on, whether they’re corporates or individuals.  If you’re struggling for ideas or time to get your marketing off the…

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Legal Writers Wrap Up: August 2018

Legal Writers Wrap up

August might have been cold, but over at Legal Writers we’re just warming up. Hot off the presses, here’s all the latest in Australian legal news. Employers, consumer businesses and property investors might want to know, too, so why not share with your clients? For ideas on how to use Legal Writers Wrap Up to boost your marketing strategies, just press play. Or give us…

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Legal Writers Wrap Up – July 2018

Legal Writers Wrap up

This month in the law – July 2018 Here at Legal Writers, we’ve wrapped up warmly to bring you this month’s Wrap Up. Parliament has been on winter break since 29 June, so there’s no new legislation to report for July, but the courts are always busy! We’ve brought you the best tidbits of legal news for all your content creation needs. If your…

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Legal Writers Wrap Up – June 2018

Legal Writers Wrap up

This month in the law – June 2018 A new financial year is upon us, and with it a number of legal updates to be aware of. As befits the time of year, this edition of Wrap Up is all about money: tax, stamp duty, financial oversight and even more tax! If you think any of these developments might pique your clients’ interests, get in…

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How to tell if your content marketing strategy is working

According to research by the Content Marketing Institute, 50% of marketers have little to no clarity about how effective their content marketing efforts are. Measuring the impact of your law firm’s content marketing strategy can be a complex task, but it’s an essential one. It helps you direct time and resources to tactics that are producing the best results. Before you dive into tracking…

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Legal Writers Wrap Up: May 2018

Legal Writers Wrap up

We’re almost halfway through the year, and we know a lot of our clients are gearing up for the end of financial year crunch. There’s a lot happening out there across the practice areas, though – we’ve rounded the biggest news up for your convenience in the Legal Writers Wrap Up. If your clients would like to know more, get in touch and we’ll…

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How to create a simple legal marketing content plan and stick to it

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At the heart of successful legal content marketing lies a steady stream of quality content. But creating relevant, engaging content on a regular basis requires a substantial amount of time and resources. To make the best of your limited time and resources, it is crucial to begin your journey with a simple legal marketing content plan. What is a legal marketing content plan? A…

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Legal Writers Wrap Up: April 2018

Legal Writers Wrap up

The leaves are changing, and so is the law. We take a look at what’s new and interesting in Australian law below. If you think your clients would benefit from an explainer on any of these developments, contact us and we’ll see if we can help! Taxation There have been some recent changes in employment taxes including: Fringe Benefits Tax (FBT): A new ATO…

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Legal Writers Wrap Up: March 2018

Legal Writers Wrap up

The year’s in full swing, with several big developments just around the corner. The Federal budget is scheduled for 8 May, so we’ll bring you the implications of that in a couple of months. The Cambridge Analytica scandal is still unfolding but it’s likely to bring with it some extra regulation around social media platforms and data gathering activities. In the meantime, here’s what’s…

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