Thanks for the great response!

Legal Marketing Reader is only a few weeks old, and we’re off to a great start. Response from the law firm marketing intelligentsia, so to speak, has been encouraging. We’re seeing readers from all over the globe, and our server stats show folks coming back for multiple visits. Be sure to “bookmark” Legal Marketing Reader and make it one of your regular surfing destinations.

Here are some reader comments:

“I wanted to tell you how fabulous I think your site is — and what a timesaver! I have just hired a new assistant and immediately directed her to your site. I told her that this was a great way to start her legal marketing education.”

“This is fantastic, lots of great resources, thank you for sharing!”

“A great resource and easy to navigate. I’ve already bookmarked it.”

“I love your site and would very much like to link to it from our [bar association] website, if that’s okay with you.”

“What an awesome resource. I actively read only half of the blogs that you aggregate.”

“Your site is a terrific addition to the law firm marketing field. It’s great to have one resource that brings together so much industry wisdom.”

Thanks everyone. Please keep the cards and letters coming! (You can e-mail me via the CONTACT link at the bottom of the Legal Marketing Reader page. Or leave your comment below.

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