Creating a Library of Content for your Attorney
Conference Calls and Web Conferences
One of the unique features of Client Matter Conference is our content library. Here you can
store both public and private documents for easy access during your attorney conference
calls and web conferences. Use the tips below to get the most out of your content library.
1 Why use a content library? Having your documents readily available in a content library
during your attorney conference calls and web conferences helps ensure that you can easily
refer to them or share them. In a web conference, for example, where you're sharing your
screen, it's preferable to access a content library associated with the web conference rather
than your computer's file system where sensitive or confidential data may be revealed in file
or folder names.
2 Determine what documents belong in your content library. Let's say that you're hosting an
informative web conference for prospective clients interested in estate planning. Which
documents would be of interest to them? Probate fact sheets, a sample will, sample health
care directive, living trust questions and answers, and a client intake form might all be
appropriate options. During the web conference, you can then quickly find and share sample
documents as you discuss them. For attendees who want to take the next step, your client
intake form is just a click away. You'll look well organized and professional, and the
document sharing process will be seamless and efficient.
3 Determine placement - i.e., is it private or public? Storing your documents in a content
library ensures that you can retrieve them remotely. However, privacy and security are of
utmost concern to any law firm. That's why you can create both private and public content
4 Share your documents during your web conference. You can share your content during the
web conference as needed.
5 Browsing your content library. If you record your attorney conference calls and web
conferences, your recordings can also become part of your private and public content
libraries. For private attorney conference calls, keep your recordings in your private content
library. On the other hand, you may want to create a public content library containing
previous web conferences that were held for the general public. You can then direct
prospects to your public content library where they can view past webinars at their leisure.
Public and private content libraries are a free, advanced feature included in our pay-as-you-go
attorney conferencing plans. We also include unlimited recordings with our attorney
conference calls and web conferencing plans.
Our attorney conferencing solutions are designed specifically for law firms, ensuring that you
can communicate with others in a high quality, secure audio or web conferencing
environment tailor-made for attorneys. Learn more or sign up for an account today.