This episode provides guidance on establishing your firm’s brand and telling the story of your practice, and using those efforts to connect with new clients.
It’s no secret that online reviews have the power to make or break a growing law practice these days. What many lawyers don’t know is how to go about collecting five-star reviews from their former clients.
If you want your practice to receive more online attention, you’ll need to do everything you can to get backlinks to your firm’s website.
In the digital age, attorneys have a wide-range of ways to go about marketing their services and connecting with potential new clients, many of which avoid in-person interaction.
Has your law practice considered using Google Screened and running local service ads? You’ll definitely want to seek expert guidance before you do, as not all firms will see the same results from the program. In a recent episode of our “Everything Except The Law” podcast, we welcomed Andrew Nasrinpay, a partner at MeanPug Digital.
These days it seems like everyone has a podcast. Now even lawyers are starting to get in on the action. In a recent episode of our “Everything Except The Law” podcast, we welcomed Robert Ingalls, the Chief Podcast Strategist at LawPods. He explained why attorneys may be best served using their podcast to answer FAQs,
People looking for legal help these days can have an attorney on the phone in seconds, often at all hours of the day. That means you, of course, but it also means your competition. If you only have one chance to make a first impression, you need to make sure that first impression makes those