Choosing to do Nothing is Still a Choice: Law Firms Standing Still are Getting Left Behind
December 19, 2017 POSTED IN: Business Development

In screenplay and novel writing, the “inciting incident” is the event that gets the story rolling. It’s the action or decision that introduces the problem that the story’s main character must overcome. In Jerry Maguire, it’s the moment that Jerry writes his “mission statement” manifesto about the need to put people first in the sportsREAD MORE

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The Ultimate Guide for Lawyers to Build Powerful Personal Brands Online in 2018
December 12, 2017 POSTED IN: Business Development

Almost every new business engagement starts online. Some clients find lawyers by searching for a particular type of expertise through a search engine, check out a lawyer’s background and experience, then initiate a conversation that leads to an engagement. More often, a prospective client learns of a lawyer offline – through referral, word of mouth,READ MORE

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3 Simple Steps to Transform Your Law Firm Website into a Lead Generation Machine
December 8, 2017 POSTED IN: Website Development

Is your law firm website getting “reads” or is it getting leads? Many law firms resign themselves to the idea that a website is only an online brochure – a place for visitors to view practice area descriptions and professional biographies. This is misguided. While lead generation has not traditionally been a priority for mostREAD MORE

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