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Hire a Legal Content Writer, Save Money!

Why Pay $250 or More When you Can Get the Same Thing for $60?  Hire a Legal Content Writer to Save At Least 80%  Sometimes the hardest part of the practice of law is not actually the practice of law.  It is actually marketing.  Indeed, you can be the best attorney in the worldRead More…

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Changes in Policy Affecting New York Firms

This notice is intended for all New York law firms or attorneys practicing in New York courts.  Firms outside of New York are not affected. In January 2015, founder and managing member Nicholas A. Battaglia, Esq. was appointed to the New York State Supreme Court, Greene County, as senior law clerk toRead More…

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3 Important Reasons to Have a Legal Blog

There are many reasons to have a legal blog.  Most bloggers write about their experiences and shares stories with friends, family, and co-workers.  Bloggers also share their knowledge and skill on the internet teaching readers how to do certain tasks, such as cooking or crafts.  In fact, there are manyRead More…

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SAVE MONEY Hiring a Legal Content Writer

Hiring a Legal Content Writer for $30-$60 a Blog Post is Cheaper than Assigning Your Associate Who Bills Clients at $200 an Hour The practice of law is expensive–we know that.  Some experts require two or three thousand dollars just for them to review your case and decide whether orRead More…

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Do you Know what is the Most Popular Way to Find a Lawyer?

Lawyers throw money into many different ways to advertise their services.  This includes on the television, radio, yellow pages, with bar associations, and on the internet.  But not all of these ways are effective, and many of them are a waste.  This is particularly true for small firms or firmsRead More…

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SEO Improvement Tips for Attorneys: Legal Content Writer Explains

Once your law firm or attorney webpage and legal blog is launched, there are certain legal marketing tweaks you can make to improve your website’s position.  As a legal content writer, I have seen many legal websites that were on the right track but lacking simple fixes that will yieldRead More…

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One Year Anniversary!

One year ago today, NAB Legal Marketing, LLC filed with the New York Secretary of State and converted an idea into a business.  With the increasing amount of law firms using the internet to market themselves by using legal content writers, the future is optimistic as solicitations are becoming aRead More…

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Firms With Legal Blogs Rose In Rankings, According to ABA Journal Article

The American Bar Association (“ABA”) published an article reporting the findings of a LexBlog 2012 end-of-the-year survey regarding U.S. law firms and legal blogs.  The study itself focused particularly on large law firms and reported some very interesting findings. Of the top Am Law 200 law firms, 77-percent of thoseRead More…

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Want Us to Pay You? Learn How Our Finder’s Fee Program Works

Do you work at a law firm or know someone who does? Do they have a legal blog on their website? If so, let them know about our business!  We could pay you up to $500 through our Finder’s Fee program! For each law firm that you promote our businessRead More…

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