What Is Your “Experience”? – Creating a WOW Client Experience
Have You Thought About Your Firm’s “Experience” Lately? Recently I found myself in a very unusual situation.  I found myself as the patient and potentially the client in a medical malpractice law suit.  So, in order to make a very long story short, suffice it to say, my perspective and my life have been VERY...
Read more.
WINDING DOWN & GEARING UP – Strategic Marketing & Law Firm Development
As the end of 2017 is fast approaching, (yes it will be here before you know it, Christmas is just around the corner) we all need to take a long look at our “to do” lists for 2018 and then really start planning for the New Year.  For those of you who attended PILMMA in...
Read more.
How to Move from “Client Service” to “Client Experience”
Have you ever wondered how the “it” firms got that way?  How they took it to the next level?  Did you always just assume it was because they outspent their competitors on TV, internet marketing, social media and PPC advertising? I hate to tell you, their “secret” is far simpler than that. They got to...
Read more.
Heading In The Right Direction – Follow The Yellow Brick Road!
With PILMMA just around the corner, there is no time like the present to set your GPS for the “yellow brick road” to New Orleans.  It will definitely get you and your law firm heading in the right direction with regards to firm development and marketing.  Too often we take for granted our firm development...
Read more.
Market Your Law Firm by Giving Back
The New Year is a great time to reevaluate your current firm development and marketing goals. Make sure that when developing your marketing plan, you are not only considering your firm’s “direct marketing” goals (television commercials, direct-mail campaigns, ads, etc.), but also your firm’s “soft marketing” goals. “Soft marketing” is when you make an effort...
Read more.
Law Firm Branding: Are You Giving Lawyers a Bad Rap?
I recently read about a case brought against a manufacturer for the defective design of a WaveRunner. Two teenage girls, one driver and one passenger, were riding a wave runner and collided with a 30-foot speedboat.  The driver of the WaveRunner sustained debilitating injuries and the passenger was killed in the accident.  The verdict assigned...
Read more.