Online Reviews & Your Reputation
National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys
Have you Googled yourself or your law firm lately? Were you surprised by the results?
Thanks to the ever-growing popularity of both reading and writing online reviews, lawyers need to take their reputations more seriously than ever before. After all, the difference between capturing or losing your next client could come down to how many stars show up next to your name in search results.
Don’t despair. While it’s true that an attorney’s online reputation isn’t strictly under his or her control, it doesn’t mean that it can’t be effectively managed.
So don’t bury your head in the sand. Join us for an upcoming webcast where we’ll look at online reviews from two perspectives unique to attorneys:
- The legal consumers – who both leave reviews and rely upon them
- The attorneys – who need help gaining reviews and responding to them appropriately
We get it. As a lawyer, your online reputation can be your greatest asset or biggest liability. Learn from FindLaw’s experts how to encourage past clients to leave you reviews, and what to do with comments you receive.
In a world where star ratings are encouraged for everything from water bottles to automobiles, the approach you take towards managing your reputation can make or break your future. Thankfully, there are rules to this game.
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