I bet each of us has winced at least once when going online and seeing something critical or worse said about ourselves, a friend or client. It's never been easier to attack a person or organization
...just spinning out press releases. Rather, it means understanding search engine optimization (SEO) strategies and how to use the panoply of social media channels to...
...includes Facebook, LinkedIn, and Twitter; Google accounts to monitor website traffic and SEO; a regular email newsletter; an optional digital advertising campaign (pay per click...
Originally Published: Law Technology News
For many law firms, the function of marketing is the proverbial 800-pound gorilla in the room. It's the can best kicked down the road for another time or, even better, kicked to another individual or
...149; Richard Senker Karen Senser Eric Seo Nicola Serianni Jared Shafer ...
Every attorney wants more of the right kind of business, yet I regularly encounter smart professionals who operate under revenue-limiting marketing fallacies that hamper their business development ef
Have you ever looked forward to sitting through a PowerPoint presentation? Neither have I. That's because most make a root canal sound appealing
I have reviewed tens of thousands of law firm Web bios during my career. Setting aside the diminution in my visual acuity as a result of that activity, my overwhelming, consensus reaction can be aptl
Social media has certainly taken a stronghold in online communications. There are literally hundreds of tools online to connect, converse, tag, share, review, post, recommend, save and message others
...approval to repair the malfunctioning system. The township's sewage enforcement officer (SEO) notified developer that its application was incomplete and identified the deficiencies. Hearings...
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