What is working for this divorce lawyer: Adwords, Avvo, a new SEO provider, and videos, yes. Social media, no.
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“Word of mouth is great, but there are over 45,000 attorneys in our state. How do you stand out in that crowd? I came to realize that marketing is absolutely essential.”
Focusing on a niche, working with journalists, having a solid web presence, and mailing referral sources are bringing in business for this trademark lawyer.
A multi-pronged approach materially raised the quality of personal injury leads coming into the firm, without reducing the quantity.
5,500 Facebook likes, 27,700 Twitter followers, over 500 LinkedIn connections, and 4,900 Google+ followers keep this Miami attorney front and center.
Weekly e-alerts and quarterly updates together with strong relationships bring employers and educators to this firm.
This well-known attorney’s videos have generated $7 million in settlements and received 695,000 views.
Workshops for insurance agents, small business owners, and the public are the backbone of this successful firm’s client-generation efforts. Enhancements, failures, tips, and more.
The personal approach of this Canadian firm is magnified by its comprehensive social media efforts and its giving programs.
Drawing attorney referrals with the same techniques used to attract consumers.
How one patent lawyer and one injury firm use Twitter differently to pursue different outcomes. How they got started, and their results. [Yes, it is working for them.]
This solo estate planner wanted to shorten the time between marketing effort and client signup, and to keep his marketing spend low. Here is what he did.
In less than two years these lawyers built the largest criminal defense practice in the county.
Organic, networking, newsletters, and speaking bring in a steady flow of new clients to this Chicago-area Social Security disability firm.