Category: Marketing

Is a lawyer billboard an effective advertising tool?

We’ve all driven by those billboards. Perhaps they have a smiling attorney in an expensive suit. Or a pair of handcuffs. Or maybe even the ever present judge’s gavel. Whatever image they offer, the message is generally simple: So the question is, do these really work? And like most important questions, the answer isn’t just … Read More

An offline approach to online marketing

For many business owners, looking at online marketing reports is confusing and frustrating. They often get overwhelmed by the simple fact that the activity is digital and online, instead of physical and in person.    Yes, the internet has changed the world, but most online marketing strategies still mimic offline behavior. It’s time to stop … Read More

Tune up your online communications strategy

An odd thing is happening during this most recent and devastating economic downturn: companies have been putting more emphasis (and resources, both time and money) into their marketing. At least, their online marketing. What’s the explanation? First, a little history Stock market wisdom: buy low, sell high. Business wisdom: when times get tough, ramp up … Read More

Walking the fine line between selling and being empathetic

Potential divorcees want the best representation that they can get for their money. Therefore, they want a lawyer that is an expert in the field of divorce and family law — someone who is going to be the best at representing them. However, these potential clients are already embroiled in contentious and stressful situations, so … Read More

Web marketing for divorce attorneys: Do you need a law firm expert?

In a word, “yes.” With over 20 years’ history in the field of SEO (Search Engine Optimization), PPC (Pay-Per-Click) and Websites, we have helped — and will probably continue to help — a wide variety of businesses. But there is no denying that the single greatest concentration of our experience lies in the area of … Read More

Review sites and how they can kill your business

Whether you operate a brick and mortar business or have an online presence, it’s become very easy for prospective customers to check out online reviews of your business. Studies show that between 67 – 90% of consumers check reviews on Yelp, Capterra, Google My Business and other such sites before they decide to patronize a … Read More

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