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11 March 2015

B P Collins LLP triumphs on Twitter

We’re delighted to announce that B P Collins LLP has recently been identified as the sixth most influential large law firm on Twitter by digital agency I-COM. Through Twitter we’ve not only engaged better with potential customers, but also with the legal world, local community, the media and internally across the B P Collins team.

To coincide with this triumph, we’ve picked some of our favourite moments from Twitter over the last 12 months:

Getting involved with the local community was an important aspect of our Twitter endeavours. On 3 December we took to the streets with our favourite reindeer, Dasher to commence our #dasherselfie competition at Gerrards Cross ‘Festival of Lights’. During the evening, we explored the local event, engaging with potential customers, increasing the firm’s visibility and ultimately having a festive fun experience.

In October 2014, B P Collins hosted its annual Environment Round Table and took to Twitter to enhance and elevate the event. In the period leading up to the event we tweeted about planned discussion topics and utilised hashtags to increase visibility both within the legal and environmental scope. The results..? We raised awareness of the event and considerable engagement with attendees using Twitter to update and show appreciation.

A powerful facilitator of Twitter is the ability to provoke discussion, something that we’ve sought to engage with. By tweeting about topical issues, we’ve shown our awareness and interests as well as increased awareness of B P Collins LLP’s reputation.

We’re very proud to have been recognised as one of the most effective law firms on Twitter. Are you following us? @bpcollinslaw

Steve Perry

Steve Perry

Tel: 01753 279006 | 07894 607841

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