Posts Tagged ‘website’
Is Your Website Static? Get your Website Moving!
BARD Marketing upgraded The Law Offices of Robin Bresky’s website from a static (non-editable by the client only unless you are a website coder) HTML website to a responsive content management system (CMS). Allowing better Social Media integration a more effective blogging system, as well as being more searchable. Like what you’ve read? Get Started Today!Read More
4 Reasons The Media Does Not Cover Your Case
Are you wondering why your case(s) are not getting coverage? You won the case, got a big verdict… but still no coverage. The media must have it out for you, right? That is probably not the case. Below we discuss four reasons why you may not be getting media coverage/exposure on your cases: 1) LACK…Read More
Are You A Rainmaker
Legal Networking is the process of establishing a mutually beneficial relationship with other professionals (legal, medical, business), potential clients and referral partners. Networking can also used for the exchange of business information, ideas, and support. To be successful at networking focus on those who are good at what they do. Work with those who understand…Read More
Five Marketing Mistakes Law Firms Make…And How to Recover!
When marketing efforts are not successful, many law firms wonder why…They sent out direct mail, or refreshed their website, initiated Google Adword campaigns, or attended a networking event, but are often left disappointed and frustrated asking “Why aren’t the phones ringing?” Marketing efforts must be more than a disconnected series of tasks. Effective marketing is…Read More
Planning for your Marketing in the New Year
The 2 Golden Rules of Planning: The Plan is the plan until the plan changes Any Plan beats no plan As we get closer to the end of 2008, it’s time to start thinking about budgeting for your marketing efforts in 2009. In an ideal world, your 2008 marketing plan worked to perfection and creating…Read More
The web is a funny thing. Ten (10) years after the formation of Google, and it still reminds me of the Wild West, with hucksters and shysters selling snake oil and magic liniment. A recent example being Findlaw, the 1000-pound gorilla among legal website developers. Recently, blogger and SEO expert Todd Friesen reported on how…Read More
I’ve just finished marketing. What’s next?
OK, so you’ve just launched your new website, started advertising on television, created a new yellow pages ad or held a successful networking event. Because of your efforts, you’ve met a few potential referrers or prospective clients. So what’s next? Often, the inclination is that once you’ve completed a marketing activity, your marketing efforts are over for…Read More