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Lawyers.com Profile Up to Date? New Edit Feature Makes It Easy

Feb 21, 2013 10:46 AM by
Philip Livingston
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We know more and more people are online these days looking for an attorney — in fact three out of four consumers who sought an attorney in the past year used online resources (blogs, search engines, online directories, websites, legal advice forums, social media, and other tools) at some point in the process.* And millions of consumers visit Lawyers.comSM each month. That's exactly why you want to be sure you keep your professional information current on your Lawyers.com profile.

It's now easier than ever to keep your profile up to date. Whenever you want to change or add information, you can do so right from Lawyers.com by simply clicking on the Edit this Profile button. And, once you save your changes, consumers can view them right away.

Key things to be sure to update are:

  • Your photo
  • Phone number
  • Fax number
  • Email address
  • Areas of practice
  • Experience and credentials (education, admissions, area[s] of practice,
associations and memberships)

You can now also make firm-level edits from the profile to:

  • Firm statement of practice
  • Firm logo
  • Firm description

As soon as you save your changes, your updates are displayed right away on Lawyers.com. Changes will also copy through to your profile at martindale.com®, usually within 24 hours.
We hope this new feature makes keeping your profile up to date a little easier.

Check out this brief video on best practices for a great profile on Lawyers.com and how it can help attract more clients. Need help? Call our customer support team at 800.526.4902.

*The Research Intelligence Group (TRiG), "Attorney Selection Research Study," March 2012.

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