Legal Marketing 101 – Best of the Web

Legal Marketing 101 is the section of Legal Marketing Reader that collects the best articles from around the web on legal marketing topics that we find especially useful and practical. We catalog them on the site for handy access. Here are 5 of the latest entries…

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2 Responses to “Legal Marketing 101 – Best of the Web”

  1. 1 fabahmadi March 15, 2010 at 8:38 pm

    Great post! I especially liked Larry Bodine’s article Where to Focus with Social Networking.
    A couple of days ago I posted a short article on how small law firms can enhance their Web sites to increase visibility and improve the quality of new inquiries coming through their Web site. The article, Using Content, Information and FAQs to Market Your Legal Practice advocates that attorneys interested in working on their web presence start consider what kind of information would be valuable to their target audience. Providing valuable and sought after information on your Web site will ultimately lead to more visitors and higher conversion rates on paid traffic.

  1. 1 Solo practitioners: do I have to brand myself? « Reading Tea Leaves by Randy Wilson Trackback on March 12, 2010 at 11:51 am

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