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Lights, Camera, Action! 5 Tips for Video Marketing

Lights, Camera, Action! 5 Tips for Video Marketing

You probably already know that it is important to use videos as part of your marketing strategy. But do you know how to do it? Studies show that videos account for about 50% of all web traffic during certain times of the day, so you definitely don’t want to be missing...
The Power of Testimonials

The Power of Testimonials

When it comes to marketing your practice, there is a secret weapon that attorneys tend to ignore and completely leave off of their websites. It happens to be one of the most powerful tools any business person in any business can use. Word-of-mouth advertising. Also...
4 Ways to Utilize Facebook to Generate Clients

4 Ways to Utilize Facebook to Generate Clients

For an elder law and estate planning law firm, Facebook is a gold mine for finding new paying clients. Besides just setting up a Facebook profile for your firm, there are 4 other ways you can generate clients through Facebook: 1. Social Proof and Confirmation New...
Finding Seniors Through This Most User-Friendly Platform

Finding Seniors Through This Most User-Friendly Platform

Most of you have grown up with stories told by grandmothers or grandfathers. And the memories you have of them most likely include them being around others, wanting to be involved in others’ lives. The elderly are a social group who have networked and socialized all...
Learn How to Close Live Seminars to Get More Consultations

Learn How to Close Live Seminars to Get More Consultations

Seminars are, undoubtedly, the most powerful method of bringing in potential clients to any business…if done right. Many in the elder law profession are making the huge mistake of assuming that the most important part of the seminar is getting people there. Their...
4 Ways to Build and Keep Trust with Clients

4 Ways to Build and Keep Trust with Clients

It’s no secret that the attorney-client relationship is a very personal one. It is one built on trust and respect, which means that there is no substitute when it comes to building trust with your clients. A client who trusts their attorney is typically more eager to...