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Every law firm needs to continue bringing on new clients in order to be successful. In this whitepaper, 4 Things Clients Want in a Law Firm, LawPay outlines key characteristics of law firms that are bringing in clients and retaining them.
Internet Accessibility and ADA compliance is a constant moving target. Not only do law firms need to understand best practices when it comes to creating accessible websites, but legal professionals must also be aware of effective communication rules.
Get serious about business development and growth by downloading 4 select chapters of FRETZIN’s International Bestseller: Legal Business Development isn't Rocket Science by renowned legal coach Steve Fretzin.
There are dozens of digital marketing agencies providing SEO services for law firms. This guide explores the 8 questions to ask during the selection process to narrow the field and choose an agency that will deliver a return on your investment.
Now more than ever, attorneys and small business owners are trying to figure out the best way to connect with prospective clients and buyers. Discover how you can turn callers into clients with virtual receptionists.
Working with clients depends on closing new business, so we've shared some insight into the way clients think to help increase your chances of getting hired. Learn how to manage client expectations while growing your practice.
Search engine optimization (SEO) is associated with confusing technical jargon and expensive (and often ineffective) campaigns. Understand the fundamentals of SEO, and avoid falling victim to underperforming agencies that over promise and underdeliver.
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