For many of us, understanding how to use a blog to drive business on the web is clear. Using Twitter, well, unless you’re an über-genius it probably took a while to understand how to incorporate that into your practice, but you prolly got it eventually. But Facebook? How can your business benefit from Overlord Zuckerberg’s […]
Email marketing is a tactic that our lawyers and law firms are exploring more and more, especially given its relative low cost. And if you know what you’re doing, you’ll get a good success rate.
This post deals two Sine Qua Nons for lawyers in solo and small practice face every day: the Lawyer Trust Account and a branded email account.
The blogs below are the ones that have made the cut, and are, in my opinion, truly exceptional. Whereas most blogs I subscribe to I barely pay any attention to at all.
At this time of year it seems like everyone has a “bad customer service” story. I get to mix it up a little and report a really good one. The guys at the Apple store in Boca Raton, Florida – Steve (manager) and David K. (“Genius”) in particular – really helped us out. It was […]
We’re excited to have renowned speakers Niki Black and Carolyn Elefant discuss their recent ABA book, Social Media for Lawyers: The Next Frontier, on the Legal Productivity Webinar Series.
Avvo, the attorney rating and listing site, fields calls and emails about SEO best practices and decided to offer our insight and address many of the frequently asked questions with an hour long presentation. This podcast episode is from a webinar we recorded with them back in July, and is an introduction to SEO for […]
I’m a DirectTV customer, and have been for some time. Generally, I’ve had a good experience with the service itself and when I’ve had to call for support I found their support team to be friendly, helpful, and genuinely concerned about solving my issue. (Football fans can appreciate the terrifying panic that sets in at […]
I installed SEOQuake to help with statistics. I’ve found it to only be a distraction, and for the longest time couldn’t figure out how to get rid of it from Chrome, which I prefer to use. Today I figured out how to remove SEOQuake from Chrome and in my glee I feel the need to […]
Content scraping is an obvious copyright violation, but, if one writes well and often enough, as the introductory quote from blogger Eileen Smith’s post about dealing with the fallout of being ‘scraped’ indicates, it becomes a fact of life online. So, what’s a legal content producer to do?