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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…


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…


Why to Hire a Legal Content Writer for your Law Firm Website

Many people ask why hire a legal content writer to draft blog posts or articles for your firm’s website.  Many firms typically assign this task to their support staff, associates, or even have partners/members and of counsel on a rotating schedule.  This is a flawed approach for many reasons. First,Read More…


Five Common Mistakes of Attorney Websites

The single most important tool in law firm marketing is having a webpage.  But it goes without saying that there are a lot of attorney and law firm websites that your page will be competing with.  Therefore, it is imperative to differentiate yourself from the competition through your website. ToRead More…


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