You went to law school to learn how to become a lawyer. You didn’t go to law school to learn how to run a business. Yet when they go out on their own, most lawyers try to “figure it out”.
You do not have to do this.
There is a great deal of support available to a lawyer who needs assistance with legal marketing, practice management and productivity improvement.
This video provides more detail.
Your local bar association or local state attorney regulatory agency probably has some resources you can tap into for help. If those resources are inadequate you can always look for a competent legal marketing consultant.