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Lawyers: Here's How to Sell More by Selling Less

Too many lawyers are desperate. And act desperate.

The second they get a whiff that there’s a prospective client, they jump. They do everything they can to convince that

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Raj Jha is the CEO of Practice Alchemy and a leading mind in the field of law firm marketing.
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Creating a Paid Social Ad Campaign

With a reported 93% of internet users having at least one social media account, it’s almost impossible for legal marketers to ignore the opportunity of executing powerful paid

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Evaluating Your Law Firm's Digital Presence

Not only is it challenging to make it big in business, but it’s also tough to keep up with the emergence of the digital age. Before the digital age, larger firms had the

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How To Expand a Law Firm's Practice Areas

Once firms have reached a level of maturity where revenue is consistent and legal performance is dialed-in, talks of expansion are almost inevitable. Expansion of a law firm

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Why Law Firm “Lead Generation” and Inbound Marketing are Different

Some lawyers assume lead generation simply involves hiring a pay-per-lead or pay-per-click service to feed them anyone remotely interested in talking. Those mistaken lawyers

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Marketing for Attorneys and the Modern Wave of Outsourced Marketing

As marketing shifts from an art to a science, and marketers become more technologically advanced, industries across the world now view outsourced employees in a new light.

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What to Look for in a Law Firm Marketing Agency

Law firms often assume that “law firm marketing agency” implies logos, branded brochures, and a fancy website. While these are certainly factors to be considered in a marketing

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Law Firm Marketing Isn’t Worth Your Partner’s Time

Professional services businesses, including law firms, that see sustained profit growth are investing an average of 9.1% of their profits back into marketing efforts. The most

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