Webcast: Defending Your Firm’s Online Reputation
The Internet is a double-edged sword for attorneys. On one side, it’s a remarkably powerful channel for marketing your firm and its services. On the other, it’s a mostly unregulated world where anything can be posted, Tweeted or mentioned about you.
It’s not difficult to imagine. A former client may have written a scathing review about you on Google+ or Yelp . Or you may be named unknowingly on a consumer forum like Ripoff Report, which comes up whenever consumers search for you. Whether or not any of these claims are true doesn’t matter to prospects. Not when you’re only one of many attorneys for them to choose from. It can take just a single negative comment for your firm to be cast aside.
The bottom line? Your reputation is more valuable than ever and you need to protect it.
When it comes to reputation management, the best defense is a good offense. Learn the proactive steps you can take to help ensure your carefully cultivated reputation remains unblemished by listening in to FindLaw’s Reputation Management for Law Firms free webcast on Wednesday, February 26th. Register here.
The featured speakers will be:
- Patrick J. Beirne, an attorney with The Lawrence Firm, PSC, in Cincinnati. In addition to his practice representing victims of medical malpractice or nursing negligence, Patrick speaks and presents on medical-legal issues for healthcare providers and attorneys.
- Mike Brown, Senior FindLaw Consultant. Mike works with law firms to market their practices online.
There will be two sessions: one at 1 p.m. CT and the other at 3 p.m. CT.
This is a highly informative session that any firm can benefit from. If you still have questions about how to manage your online reputation, contact your local FindLaw lawyer marketing consultant. As a leader in lawyer marketing services, FindLaw can help you apply a strategy to connect with potential clients.