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  • John Zaher

What's that X on my phone — The Twitter rebrand and what that means for you



In a world where social media is extremely relevant and user preferences are constantly evolving, social media platforms need to adapt. Rebranding can be extremely effective in reinforcing dominance within the legal industry. Keeping up with your clients will keep you relevant and ahead of competitors. Twitter has recently rebranded its logo from its infamous bird to an X, but why? There are a variety of reasons for a need to rebrand, let’s discuss Twitter’s objectives and reasoning behind rebranding.


Twitter recognized the necessity of evolving as a social media platform to stand out, revitalize, and reestablish itself. One major reason for rebranding and changing a brand name is to align better with an app that has evolved into something different than it was previously. Twitter was a fitting name for the app we now know as X Corp, when the primary objective of it was to share a limited-character tweet between friends. Although no new features have been added yet, soon Twitter will shift from an app with limited capabilities to an everything app. Renaming Twitter was an attempt to prepare for the transition of what the app will be used for moving forward, as it will no longer just be for tweets. This rebranding has been a very controversial topic throughout social media, especially for Twitter fans. The objective behind this rebranding is to begin the first leap toward the evolution of Twitter as an application, and changing the brand name is just the beginning.


Twitter rebranding to X Corp is just one of the many companies that have rebranded to achieve a variety of goals including adaptation and modernization. Rebranding can be risky in many industries, but having the tools to rebrand successfully and achieve rebranding goals is what will lead to success. What does rebranding look like for your law firm, and what are other objectives apart from modernization that rebranding can achieve?


Expanding To a New Audience

Although modernizing a law firm’s marketing can aid in appealing to future generations, rebranding can also be effective in appealing to a current broader audience. Other than changing a name, reaching a new audience can be done by changing the law firms messaging or expanding services. This will provide an opportunity for a firm to appeal to a larger demographic and attract new clients.


Standing Out

Some industries can become oversaturated, therefore it's vital to initiate change in order to show differentiation. Rebranding can assist in helping a law firm revitalize and compete with its competitors with similar services. Whether it's advertising unique aspects of the firm or incorporating new creative ideas that have yet to be done by competitors, rebranding can set your firm apart from others.


Generating Buzz

Maintaining relevance is a constant goal for a firm. One way to maintain relevance is to generate buzz around the firm and rebranding can be a great way to do this. As seen with Twitter, giving consumers a reason to talk about your firm is one of the most important aspects of gaining new attention.


There are numerous benefits to rebranding that will help revitalize your law firm and stay ahead of competitors. Rebranding can be an effective marketing tool to keep your firm established and relevant, but how you rebrand is what will be the difference between a rebranding success and failure. Advocati can help your law firm innovate with the correct tools, ensuring a successful rebranding.

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