Tag Archive for ‘legal marketing’
What is an introverted professional to do when attending a two-hour event seems downright agonizing? Here are 5 ways to make an awkward networking event painless and productive.
Make the most of your limited marketing time by identifying HIGH-POTENTIAL new clients. Here are 5 ways to identify clients who will give you the BEST RETURN.
With all of the marketing tips, tools, and shortcuts out there – have you ever considered using your bills to market your law practice?
Is business slow? Has your firm’s revenue waned?
If the answer is yes, then it may be time to get serious about legal marketing.
There are good reasons why the phone has stopped ringing, and most of them – believe it or not – begin with you! Here are 5 reasons why you’re not getting hired – and what to do about it.
Lawyers need to start marketing themselves and show people that they’re experts in their fields. Here’s how to become a recognized specialist – in this case a legal expert – with trustworthy credentials.
This three-point marketing philosophy has served Apple for decades, and can also be a prime example for your business practices.
Word-of-mouth advertising continues to be one of the most effective and long-lasting ways for firms to drum up new business. It’s available to every company and involves minimal cash outlays.
Difficult clients can sap your energy, your morale, and your love for what you do best – practice law. Here are 3 ways you can tactfully show a bad client the door.
Before you grasp at straws trying to develop the perfect legal marketing plan that will knock out your competition, take a step back. Think on a smaller scale.