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  • How to Make the Most of Your Business Development Time


    A panel of practicing attorneys and business development and marketing professionals share their proven strategies for turning limited time into maximum new clients as well as for finding more business development time in the day.

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  • Getting Started with Live Chat


    Live chat helps you connect with the 40% of prospects who contact businesses after hours. Don't miss out on any more leads. Learn more about live chat.

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  • SEO for Lawyers Simplified: 7 steps you can take yourself


    Being found online drives a law firm’s growth. Visibility equals website visits equals potential clients. So how does a firm get to page one of Google? Learn from our panel of legal SEO professionals as they detail the top seven steps a firm can take on its own to increase its website’s visibility.

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  • 2 key growth strategies for solos and small law firms


    Expand into a new practice or expand geographically. Learn which growth strategy makes the most sense for your practice and walk away with proven tactics to ensure your success. There are two important ways to grow your practice:

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  • How successful attorneys win more clients


    Learn more about best practices, new technology and intake resources that have helped attorneys win more clients.

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  • Optimizing your online reputation and credibility


    The foundation of your legal practice rests on your reputation and the trust that it generates. This complimentary webcast will discuss how to assess and enhance your online identity and reputation, and how to position yourself the way you want to be perceived.

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  • Best practices for winning more clients


    You've worked hard to obtain client leads and referrals for your law firm. Now what do you do? Learn from our panel of online marketing and legal professionals as they share best practices, new technology and intake resources that have helped attorneys win more clients.

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  • Using social media to grow your law firm


    Can social media be used by lawyers to generate business and build their practice? In this FREE Webinar, learn from our panel of social media, legal marketing experts, and lawyers on what it takes to fully leverage your social media presence.

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  • Social media to brand and grow your practice


    Join a panel of marketing and legal experts as they discuss using social media to brand yourself or your practice and generate new business. Our earlier webinar, "Building the Case for Blogging," explained how to generate the perfect blog article. Now learn what it takes to fully leverage your blog, videos and other content to establish a social media presence and optimize reach across LinkedIn, Twitter, Facebook and other channels to drive traffic and leads to your site. Leverage social media tools for networking and client development.

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  • Calling all lawyers: Building the case for blogging to grow your business


    Blogging! Who has time? And who reads that stuff, anyway? Prospective clients do. In its 2015 Legal Technology Survey, the ABA reported that an average of 40% of lawyers who blog for professional purposes received clients as a result. Not only do blogs attract clients, they also build trust and authority and help increase your website’s search results ranking. In an interactive webinar on blogging made easy, experienced bloggers and attorneys Robert Feinberg and Timothy Lynch, shared with us their secrets for success.

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