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Today, many lawyers are turning to online content as a way to drive business. Now, content marketing comes more naturally to some than it does others, so it’s not for everyone. But, at the very least, lawyers should consider whether content might be a channel for them to drive business and figure out whether it […]
Your law firm website's call to action (CTA) is an important marketing tool. Here are some good and bad examples of CTAs.
Net promoter scores (NPS) are an excellent way to assess which clients are likely to refer other people to your firm. It is a key performance indicator (KPI) that small firms should be tracking.
Assessing attorney collections versus utilization rate is a key performance indicator (KPI) that small firms should be tracking.
KPIs help law firms figure out how they are doing in objectively quantifiable terms. However, most small firms don't fully leverage that sort of information. Here's how using an aged A/R report can help you.
Three podcasts we're listening to this week: Planet Lex, Asked and Answered, and Stranglers.
KPIs are quantifiable values that show how well a firm is doing, but most small law firms don't take advantage of using them. Here's how to assess your client acquisition cost.
A KPI is a quantifiable value which shows how well a firm is achieving its key objectives, but most small law firms don't take advantage of using them. Here's how to implement a sales pipeline approach for your firm so you can estimate your future work.
In this wide-ranging episode of the Lawyerist Podcast, we talk to Ruth Carter, a lawyer who is undeniably herself in public and private, about what it means to be a lawyer who is known to participate in the annual No Pants Subway Ride or don a Starfleet uniform for Comic-Con.