As lawyers your stock in trade is the written word… in the eyes of the law. That is your training. However when it comes to marketing and business development it doesn’t always come so easily. We have to view the information from the point of view of the audience. When I do it I close

Marketing professionals have for years gotten a pretty good laugh over the too often used pictures lawyers have on their web sites (and brochures). That is, courthouses, gavels, scales of justice, law books, etc . Can’t remember if I’ve mentioned before how boring and predictable these images are. What you want to do is be

By regularly reevaluating even the simplest of marketing tools, you will make it easier to continually present a current visual representation of your firm.

This week we asked: When was the last time you evaluated your marketing materials?

1. … within the last 6 months. 15%

2. … within the last year. 37%

3. …

Your web site, as with all your marketing materials should be consistent and reflect your brand, which hopefully echoes the value you bring to clients who hire the firm. Too few firms do a good job at that. Now, don’t get mad at me. Although I agree with the statement, it really comes from someone who knows and