Today’s clients expect you’ll know who they are personally and have a full understanding of their legal needs before they’ll allow you to work with them on their legal issues.
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You’ve gone to that big industry conference. Now what? Read on for 10 tips on how to maximize the productivity and profitability of your attendance after the conference.
You’re going to the big industry conference. Now what? Have you done anything to strategically prepare to get the most out of your attendance and networking? Or are you just going to wing it and pray that you’ll get something out of it? I regret to say that the latter is the norm. Here are…Read More
Many attorneys rely on referrals as a major source of new business. In fact, nearly 58% of firms rely on referrals as their primary source of new clients. Because referrals often come from sources attorneys don’t track, like phone calls and walk ins, it can be difficult to determine what exactly made a consumer decide…Read More
In our previous post we talked about Domain Authority and Domain Rating, two measurements that allow lawyers to track their progress in search. Here, we lay out strategies for increasing those metrics and methods for measuring progress in search. Get a baseline As a first step, log into either Ahrefs or Moz Open Site Explorer…Read More
Whether you’re hoping to grow your practice or not, most lawyers are perpetually faced with the challenge of getting getting new clients. And to a large extent, this is arguably a zero-sum game. There isn’t an endless supply of legal consumers out there, so if you win a client, then someone else probably lost one….Read More
I’ve heard people with legal issues say that unless you have to go to court, most legal work is not that hard. With so many online resources and software packages, the argument goes, why hire a lawyer to write your will, draft your lease, write your divorce agreement, or incorporate your business when you can…Read More
Starting a law firm requires a lot of work and attention to detail. Marketing can often be overlooked, but it’s important to make it a priority if you want your firm to grow.