Digital Marketing for Law Firms

How to Make Your Social Media Marketing NOT Suck

Your prospects and clients are interacting daily on social media channels, regardless of your opinion on the matter. It’s time to get over yourself and invest a little time and money in this marketing platform, because it’s about your prospects ...

Mark Homer - March 3, 2016

Stretching the Life of a Law Firm Website

Having a website is like having a puppy. Once you bring it home, you still need to feed it, play with it and keep it clean.

Karin Conroy - April 2, 2014
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Awesome Online Marketing Resources for Lawyers

You already know that Internet marketing for your law firm comes with many challenges. The biggest is simply determining what you need to do and how to get it done in the time you've allotted. Fortunately, there is an entire industry built ...

Mike Ramsey - February 12, 2014

Five Ways Infographics Can Market Your Law Practice

Courtroom or boardroom, most lawyers know that when confronted with a wall of words an audience is more likely to nod off than to receive and retain information. Online, it's no different — and that's one reason infographics have become so ...

Kerstin Firmin - December 6, 2013
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Online Commentary: The Good, the Spam and the Ugly

On the one hand, the social Internet has become perhaps the most revolutionary communications tool in human history. On the other, it has also been called "a shallow and unreliable electronic repository of dirty pictures, inaccurate rumors, bad ...

Gyi Tsakalakis - February 25, 2013
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Five Law Firm Website Turnoffs

While building my law firm’s website this year, I looked at quite a few law firm sites to learn what works and what doesn’t. In the process, I learned how hard it is to design and construct a site for a law firm. I also learned that many firms' ...

Ruth Carter - November 30, 2012

An Antidote to Clueless Lawyer Marketing?

You've gotten aggressive about marketing. You're winning the game, but mostly (and I say this in the kindest, gentlest manner) you're clueless. You're meeting with lawyers and community leaders to build your referral network. You're advertising ...

Lee Rosen - November 14, 2012

Grow Your Twitter Presence: 10 Tips

Here are a few tips to organically and meaningfully grow your Twitter presence.

Tim Baran - August 21, 2012

Get Past Your Rookie Moves in Social Media

Once you get comfortable with social media, you'll no doubt chuckle at your early days—including the etiquette quandaries and minor panic attacks. (Will they know if I unfriend them? What was I thinking with that profile picture? I didn't know ...

Joan Feldman - May 4, 2012
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Feature versus Benefit

Knowing the difference between a feature and a benefit when describing your practice can help you improve your marketing success. There’s a simple way to understand it. Think of a typical pencil. Features would include that it’s yellow and ...

Theda C. Snyder - January 10, 2011
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