I have read more than once this week that the sentiment of many at the CodeEx Stanford FutureLaw Conference last week is that insufficient capital is an impediment to developing technology and innovation in the law.
Email marketing remains one of the best and least expensive ways for small firms and solos to nurture relationships with clients and prospects on an ongoing basis.
If one of your goals is to become more proficient at social media marketing, then you need to follow the advice of Yogi Berra, who said, “If you don’t know where you are going, you’ll end up someplace else.”
In an ABA Benchmark Study on Law Firm Website Costs, Legal marketer, Conrad Saam reports that “WordPress has become the de facto website platform for most commercial websites.”
News broke this week that despite shrinking law school enrollment and bar passage rates, it’s become harder and harder for law grads to get a job.
Lawyers are always looking for ways to gain a competitive advantage over other attorneys in their area who practice the same kind of law.
Law firm marketing is a full-circle proposition, and should include strategies for not just generating leads, but also managing those leads so they eventually turn into paying clients.
I use Twitter primarily to share items I read via my RSS Reader or the New York Times.
News broke a few days ago on Gizmodo that former Facebook workers allegedly suppressed news stories of interest to conservative readers from the social network’s “Trending Topics” section.