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What We Do
If It’s A Service That’sRelated To Digital Marketing For Law Firms,We Have You Covered.
- Law Firm Website Design
- Law Firm SEO
- Law Firm PPC Campaigns
- Law Firm Content Marketing
- Law Firm Video Marketing
- Law Firm Google My Business
- Law Firm Public Relations
- Law Firm Social Media
- Law Firm Google Ad Campaigns
- Law Firm Facebook Ad Campaigns
...Yes, everything we do is exclusively for trial lawyers
Content Remains King
We have an in-house team of professional legal writers and editors, some with marketing and journalism degrees and some with law degrees, who understand the power of timely content to your practice. If you don’t want to be a thought leader, your competition would be happy to wear the content crown.
Here is a small sample of our work:
2020 Ranking of Social Media For Lawyers
As we begin a new decade, there are more social media options available for lawyers today than anytime since the dawn of the Internet Era. Yet far too few lawyers use social media effectively. The following primer is just that – a high level overview of how each social medium works, the pros and cons of each, and whether it’s worth your time to become active on the platform.
Agile Marketing For Law Firms in Covid-19
It’s easy to think about getting out ahead of a crisis before there is an actual crisis. Our best laid plans often fall apart on the drawing board when we are forced to deal with all of the dimensions of a crisis we find ourselves actually in. We get into a reactive, defensive posture when we need to look ahead, plan, and execute.
Coronavirus and Your Practice
Facing a crisis such as Coronavirus, your firm can choose to be either reactive or proactive. We strongly recommend the latter and in this brief piece suggest five key areas which you should begin to consider and work on today. This virus has the potential to rapidly evolve in the United States, and it’s better for your practice to be safe and fully-prepared than sorry.