Bringing It All Home:
What Your Firm’s Website Needs In a Purely Digital World
Today, your firm’s website has become the main window for potential clients to get a glimpse of who you are and how you can help. That’s no small task. Given the important job your website needs to accomplish, it’s’ wise to take a hard look at your site and make necessary updates and changes.
Think about how you put clients at ease when they’re in your office. You provide a professional setting, break down complex legal advice so it’s easy to understand, and help clients navigate tricky situations. These are exactly the things you want to present and convey to potential clients via your website, and they can be accomplished through design.
In this webcast, we’ll look at five attributes of website design that can help your firm get (and keep) search engines’ attention, convey your brand and value proposition and connect with prospective clients.
Senior Product Manager
Mike is a Senior Product Manager at Thomson Reuters, managing Websites and Integrated Marketing Solutions for FindLaw. His role requires him to listen to the needs of law firms, provide the solutions they need to attract new business, and ensure the wise management of the marketing budgets they have entrusted to us. In ten years at Thomson Reuters, Mike has led the development of a dozen digital marketing products for the US, UK, and Canada, which have delivered more than a million leads for our customers.
Senior Client Development Consultant
Since 2007, Craig has partnered with hundreds of law firms of various size to help build their clientele and maximize ROI. Clients appreciate the fact that he shares proven data and specific results from other law firms on their business development efforts. He truly enjoys helping clients become more successful. For most law firms that is a consistent stream of qualified clients/cases each month to increase profits.