Did you know that you can grow your law firm, even in these tough times, with a strong online presence? A strong online presence can help attract better qualified clients and help you create a powerful law firm brand. In order to help solo and small law firms with building this online presence, FindLaw is offering one-hour webcasts at two convenient times called “Beyond the Basics: Stand Out From The Crowd” on December 7, 2010.

The webcast focuses on important and timely information about how to market your law firm in a competitive online marketplace, along with essential information on how to grow your practice in these challenging times. Hosted by knowledgeable speakers Jeff Raizner of Doyle Raizner LLP and FindLaw’s Senior Client Development Consultant Kim Singer, this particular webcast will help you:

  • Learn best practices for creating a powerful law firm brand and differentiating your firm from the competition
  • Find highly qualified clients that match your firm’s specialty
  • Learn options for leveraging the latest trends in search engine optimization
  • Understand print directories and the shift to online search

Co-host Jeff Raizner is a Houston attorney who practices in the areas of maritime personal injury, international and transnational personal injury, and insurance bad faith. Raizner has a B.A. from Tulane University and a J.D. from the University of Houston, where he served as an editor of the Houston Law Review.

Co-host Kim Singer, a FindLaw Senior Client Development Consultant, uses her experience in the legal information and client development industries to help Houston-area law firms connect with well-qualified clients. Singer works with firms of all sizes to develop marketing strategies specific to their needs, goals and budget.

If you are interested in learning more about online marketing strategies, you can register for the 11:00 a.m. (Central Standard Time) session or the 3:00 p.m. (Central Standard Time) session.

Edwin Van Riessen, Director Marketing Programs
with Minara El-Rahman, FindLaw Portal Team

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