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We pride ourselves on taking a different approach.
Published in: Strategies — The Journal of Legal Marketing
Prediction: In order to accommodate the needs of mobile users, the next website your firm launches will be built with something called “responsive design.” Why? Because very soon, mobile devices will account for nearly 40% of the firm's website traffic.
Published in: The National Law Journal
After a half-century of remarkable stability and steady growth, the legal industry got hit by a ton of bricks called the Great Recession. Over the past two years, my colleagues and I have studied the Great Recession’s impact on legal marketing and law firm websites. Our conclusion is that the law firm website is about to undergo a little revolution.
Published in: Marketing The Law Firm, An ALM Publication
For its entire existence, the legal business has been focused locally. And most legal marketing has been highly personal, often conducted over dinner and drinks. This is now changing.
The business landscape for professional service firms is currently being shaken up. In order to remain relevant (and profitable), many firms will be forced to adopt a new approach to marketing and business development. This piece can help you prepare for the future.
Published in: Strategies—The Journal of Legal Marketing
Powerful forces — both business and cultural — are now changing the business landscape and causing law firms to rethink their approach to web marketing. In this piece, we discuss the shifts that are necessitating a new approach and how best to develop your web strategies.