Successful legal marketing programs can be boiled down to six key components; maximizing your expertise at each of these will enable you to build the law firm you’ve always wanted and one that will enable you to lead the kind of life you want.
Since LinkedIn accounts for 64% of all visits to corporate websites from Social Media, it is critical that all LinkedIn users improve their LinkedIn profiles. A recent article in InformationWeek entitled “LinkedIn Tips: 10 Steps To A Stronger Profile” has some great advice for LinkedIn users, even if all 10 do not apply to everyone.
The origin story of the Self-Represented Litigants Network got me thinking about we can do today to assist pro se litigants. I asked Richard what changes would have the largest impact and he immediately identified three areas: simplification, triage, and universal access.
Stephen Fairley (@stephenfairley) , CEO of the Rainmaker Institute, shared earlier this week that “The goal of social media is to engage with individuals in meaningful ways and drive them off the social media platform to your website or blog.”
Avvo, the online legal directory and lawyer rating website, has attracted $37.5 million in venture capital funding that it says will be used to develop new products and expand to international markets.
Last fall, a 150-year-old British corporate services provider and legal publishing company transformed itself into a licensed law firm thanks to permissive UK legislation.
Ed continues his discussion of the issues involved in selling a law practice.