Andrew Lindberg FindLaw
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Legal Marketing Specialist Serving Rural TX and IA
I’m Andrew Lindberg and I’m your FindLaw legal marketing specialist. My clients appreciate working with me because of my in-depth knowledge of the legal industry. Clients gain a great lasting relationship and a sense of comfort when they partner with me, because they know I have their best interests at heart. My process is different from others in the digital marketing space, because I'm not trying to sell you something; I am trying to learn everything about your firm and get a concise understanding of your future goals to help determine if FindLaw’s products and services would be a good match. If you decide that we can help you, then I customize a marketing plan that fully addresses your needs, stays within your budget, and maximizes return on your marketing dollars. If you are looking for a partner that will always watch out for what is best for you, contact me to schedule a free, no obligation consultation.Schedule a consultation
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One of the things that sets FindLaw apart from others in the digital marketing space is our regional focus. We have legal marketing specialists that work online daily within the rural markets in Texas and Iowa. Our specialists have in-depth knowledge of the local areas they work in, and they are continually refining their marketing strategies, testing and tweaking their methodology to ensure we are always on the cutting edge. Our specialists are not only regional experts, they also understand internet marketing in general, and how to effectively utilize FindLaw’s best-in-the-industry attorney marketing programs to achieve optimal results. FindLaw has thousands of satisfied clients throughout the nation. Law firm marketing is all we do, and we know what it takes to make your firm successful online.
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Specialized Integrated Lawyer Marketing Plans for Rural Firms
Rural communities are unique and close-knit. No two areas are exactly alike, and there is never a “one size fits all” solution for every firm. The rural markets in Texas and Iowa are no different. To compete here, you need a customized strategy that takes into account the uniqueness of the firm and area, so you can produce maximum return on your marketing dollars.
FindLaw’s market-leading integrated attorney web development tools are flexible and customizable around the needs of the firm to achieve your goals and produce optimal results. Our professional legal websites (FirmSites) come with a premium design and quality content written by legal experts. Our high-traffic legal directories connect you with qualified prospects looking for your services. Our attorney blog and social media promotion platform sends out a steady flow of content to your target audience. And our advanced digital traffic conversion technologies turn more web visitors into paying clients. After a thorough assessment of the specifics of your firm, we integrate just the right combination of these tools to help you gain a strong foothold within your local internet marketplace.
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