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IN CASE YOU MISSED IT: Ethics for Online Legal Marketing Webinar [free recording]

Feb 18, 2013 03:48 PM by
Jay Butchko
Jay Butchko
Director Retention and Acquisition Web Visibility Solutions Ask a question
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Hopefully our current blog series, " Top 10 New Year's Resolutions to Generate More Clients in 2013 ," has been inspiring you to look carefully at your firm's online marketing strategy. But if a fear of violating ethics guidelines is...

Why “Set-It-and-Forget-It” Never Works for Online Law Firm Marketing

Nov 07, 2012 04:06 PM by
Jay Butchko
Jay Butchko
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Why does your firm need a diverse marketing strategy (website, pay-per-click advertising, blog + social media, profiles, client reviews, etc.) now more than ever? A recent study by search industry player Slingshot SEO indicated that click-thru rates ...

HOW TO: Get Clients to Rate & Review Your Law Practice

Nov 01, 2012 05:53 PM by
Manish Bhargava
Manish Bhargava
Director, Product Management Ask a question
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Are you asking your satisfied clients — lawyers and consumers alike — for reviews or testimonials, and actively posting them on your website? Do you ask clients to leave recommendations for your services at online legal directories and on...

What NOT To Do: Ethics for Online Legal Marketing [Webinar]

Oct 15, 2012 08:13 AM by
Jay Butchko
Jay Butchko
Director Retention and Acquisition Web Visibility Solutions Ask a question
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Does a fear of violating ethics guidelines for online marketing and social media keep you away from the Web? It shouldn't. If you are a solo practitioner or partner in a small law firm and you are uncertain how to effectively market your practice...

When is a Law Firm Website’s “Bounce Rate” Like Your Blood Pressure?

Sep 21, 2012 08:19 AM by
Samantha Miller
Samantha Miller
Vice President of Product Management for Web Visibility Solu Ask a question
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A website "bounce rate" is like a blood pressure reading. If either is too high, it's time to make some serious changes. A bounce rate is basically the percentage of single-page visits to your website — or visits that do not result...