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Welcome Watch360 — Advertise on Legal Marketing Reader

Legal Marketing Reader is happy to welcome its first home page sponsor! Watch360 offers a nice automated competitive intelligence tool that is targeted at law firm business development folks — so it’s a great fit for our audience. I actually tried the service using its free, 2-week trial, and it works like a charm. It notifies you once a day of new content and changes to competitor law firm web sites that you specify. I was a little skeptical at first thinking, “Can’t you just set up a bunch of Google News alerts to do the same thing?” Well, the answer is no. I did set up a bunch of Google alerts and the results didn’t even come close to those of the Watch360 service. But don’t take my word for it, check it out yourself with your own free trial. Please support our advertisers!

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