Month: January 2009

How to Start a Law Firm | Getting Clients to Your Website

This post is from the first blog I started, called “How to Start a Law Firm.” Over the years I’ve moved to different sites a few times and wanted to catalog all of my content in one place. If an article refers to a link and there is no link, sorry, that’s consequence of the move. Enjoy! Up to this point you should have a law firm website or legal blog started, you should have a couple of posts on there (probably no less than five), and they should be relevant to your legal area of practice, with links in them to both your main site and your other posts (by creating post pages in blogger, each post becomes its own separate “website”). For example, if you put your mouse over the links above you can see that they all […]

How to Start a Law Firm | Internet Marketing

This post is from the first blog I started, called “How to Start a Law Firm.” Over the years I’ve moved to different sites a few times and wanted to catalog all of my content in one place. If an article refers to a link and there is no link, sorry, that’s consequence of the move. Enjoy! Lately it may seem like this site is moving away from how to start a law firm and turning into a full fledged internet legal marketing site, but really it isn’t. It is just kind of one of the things I’ve been working on, so I thought I would talk about it. And, in any event, what is more important than getting clients to your new law firm? Nothing. For me, it is priority number one. Your law firm business plan, office space, […]
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