Many lawyers bemoan the need to sit behind a desk staring at a computer numerous hours a day. They feel that their job, in particular marketing for that job, demands that they email, Facebook, tweet, etc. To those lawyers, I ...Read More »
If you get a speeding ticket in some parts of Virginia, you can count on receiving a handful of letters from lawyers offering their services. High-volume traffic ticket areas – some simply call them “speed traps” – produce a high ...Read More »
Marketing your law firm isn’t — or shouldn’t be — a fly-by-the-seat-of-your-pants operation; it should be a highly planned activity every year. If you haven’t done so already, you should start planning now for next year. Strategic planning “Marketing happens ...
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