Our legal marketing experts share their best advice, how-tos, and insights—all in the name of helping you level-up your legal marketing skills.
Learn some of the benefits of online reviews and then review a basic plan for how you can effectively ask for them in the normal course of business.
Legal issues are stressful affairs. Consumers today want to find a good lawyer who can alleviate that stress as quickly as possible. It should be no surprise then, that they are looking for legal help online more than ever before.
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FindLaw's reputation management solutions are designed to help you measure the health of your law firm and increase the volume of your online reviews.
In the internet age, your reputation is no longer under your control. Legal consumers are more likely to rely on online reviews, ratings and social media posts when choosing whether to use your services.
How do you get more clients to your law firm? It starts by seeing the connections in everything you do to market yourself as a lawyer.
If you run a small firm, how do you make sure your reputation is as strong online as it is offline? A new FindLaw playbook, “Online Reputation Management for Solo and Small Law Firms,” provides the insights and strategies you need.
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Today’s consumer has access to more information about your law firm in their front pocket than their parents could have gathered in a year. Thanks Internet! Does your client experience reflect this reality?
Every attorney wants five-stars. But even a mediocre review can provide value to your law firm's reputation.
Finding an attorney with a good reputation reassures legal consumers that they’re heading down the right path, helping them feel confident about their decision.
Listen to your clients. The health of your law firm depends on it.
Some people love finding hidden gems based on strong recommendations. But when it comes to choosing an attorney, does your reputation appeal to even the less-adventurous among your audience?