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Tactics to Grow Your Firm:
2018 Checklist

Back by popular demand, here is our second annual top 10 checklist to help you grow your practice in 2018.
Start the new year off right by adopting these tactics proven to bring in more clients.

2018 Top 10 Marketing Tips


How To Do a Basic Competitive Analysis Without Spending a Dime

Gain a competitive edge by understanding your competition.


Guide to Nurturing Law Firm Leads into a Thriving Client Base

Become a master gardener of prospects to grow them into fruitful clients.


Combine Live Chat and Phone Calls to Increase Leads

Increase the tools prospects can use to contact you so that you never miss a lead.


The Power of Texting for Lawyers and Law Firms

Tap into technologies your prospective clients are using: Capitalize on texting.


Best Practices for Screening Potential Clients

Utilize proven screening techniques to bring in the right clients.


3 Simple Email Nurturing Tips for Client Retention

Embrace email nurturing to increase your number of prospective clients.


Reviews are More Important Than Ever to Google

Increase the recency, frequency and volume of your online reviews to help maximize your SEO.


Do’s and Don’ts – Responding to Client Feedback

Turn your feedback from clients into a powerful marketing tool.


Social Media Do’s & Don’ts for Lawyers

Safely enter the world of social media marketing by following these do’s and don’ts.


How to Respond to Queries on Social Media

Implement social media best practices so you don’t find yourself in an ethics quandary.



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2018 Checklist”

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