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  • Why Your Law Firm Should Throw An Event

    Despite the proliferation of digital communication tools, in-person events remain a crucial component of law firm business development best practices. In 2015 alone, companies poured $572 billion into experiential marketing or engagement marketing initiatives – this type of marketing directly engages consumers and gets them to participate hands-on with a brand (e.g.

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  • Six Things Law Firms Can Do To Rock Local SEO

    Local SEO is what it sounds like – optimizing a website for searches related to the geographic location in which you practice law. Almost all people searching for local services do so online these days. And, if someone is searching for a local lawyer, you don’t even have a chance to compete for their business if you do not optimize your website for local search.

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  • Digital Marketing Is Not Just For Plaintiffs’ Lawyers Anymore

    How It Used To Be It seems like only a few years ago that the only lawyers who dared to advertise online, showcasing their case results, awards, certifications, honors, and other such selling points were members of the plaintiffs’ bar. While lawyers seeking to help victims of negligence fought hard to get the right to advertise in a meaningful way to potential clients that might ...

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  • Marketing Your Law Practice

    Last week I had a great time speaking in Boca Raton, Florida at the American Association for Justice Women Trial Lawyers Caucus Leadership Summit. This event occurs only every other year. I had the pleasure of speaking with a fa ...

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  • The Stages of New Case Intake

    Every law firm has clients, and every law firm gets its clients from somewhere. The clients can arrive either as leads or as already signed clients. Either way, formal processes and procedures should be set in place for the handling of inbound leads and clients so that no potential business falls through the cracks.

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  • Nine Tips To Write A Great Lawyer Website Biography

    Lawyer website profiles are so much more important than most law firms realize. Bio pages play a crucial role in SEO while revealing what the firm thinks is important. They are the primary individual branding locations for the firm’s most valuable assets – its lawyers. Each lawyer’s profile is one piece of a whole – the bio pages should be written in the firm’s voice and in it ...

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  • The Importance Of Visual Content Continues To Grow

    Your law firm’s brand identity extends far beyond the logo these days. To be relatable, lawyers must show they exist outside of mysterious concrete buildings downtown. Using visual content is one of the best ways to show the personality of your law firm and its lawyers. Effective visual content is one of the keys to success in not only digital marketing, but in all forms of marketing.

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  • Start a Blog During Law School

    What Is A Blog? A blog is a digital location where a collection of posts is stored. A blog can be private, requiring password access, or it can be public, which allows anyone with the URL to read what you post. Blogs began as online journals where bloggers wrote about their day-to-day activities; but now blogging encompasses a broad spectrum of Internet content.

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  • Law Firms Can No Longer Ignore Social Media

    For lawyers who remain reluctant to use social media, for reasons including an inability track return on investment via traditional means, the time has come to get over it. Greater social signals can not only drive inbound traffic to your website, but they can also help your law firm rank higher in search results.

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  • LinkedIn for Lawyers in 2013

    Lawyers often bemoan the increased use of social media to me. Some lawyers are bold enough to tell me how “social media isn’t really a lasting marketing tool,” and it is “a waste of time” and a “youthful trend.” I tend to disagree. I have made some of the most important professional relationships of my life through social media.

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  • Responsive Design for Law Firm Websites

    What is Responsive Design and What About Mobile Design? For years, the most common mobile web design practice has been to develop a unique mobile version of a website on a sub-domain. For example, if a law firm’s primary website is www.lawyersrule.com, the mobile version will live at m.lawyersrule.com. Visitors on mobile devices are automatically redirected to the “m.

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  • Google Authorship for Lawyers

    Have you started to wonder why some lawyers' faces are showing up in search results? How are they making that happen? The answer is Google Authorship. Google Authorship is a relatively new search feature, launched by Google just this year in 2013. According to Google, Google Authorship serves to link your Google+ profile to the content you create.

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  • Social Media Breakfast Houston: Marketing Unexciting Brands

    While I speak to lawyers and law firms a lot about effectively using social media for marketing, I got the pleasure to speak to a group of over 100 social media professionals this month at Social Media Breakfast - Houston about applying these tactics to other industries that may not be as ‘exciting’ as say Target and Miley Cyrus.

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