I’m excited that in early February we’ll be doing a collaborative series with John Skiba of jdblogger.com. Our discussion will be looking at why many attorneys are struggling, issues which will be create future struggles for the legal profession, and what you can do to be successful in a changing future. I wrote about the […]
The new year is in full swing and many attorneys are looking at ways to grow or sustain their practices. As part of a growth effort you may be using pay-per-click marketing (PPC) to drive traffic to your website or you may be considering doing so. I’m writing this article due to the fact that […]
This is a quick recap of my series on how to increase law firm profits in this new year. I decided to write on the topic because many begin a new calendar with high expectations on how they can get their practice rolling. The thing is, however, I speak with quite a few lawyers who […]
This is the next post in my series on how to increase law firm profits in 2017 and beyond. My last article looked at how lawyers can reduce overhead by improving customer service. For the reasons I explained, improving the client experience results in a reduced need for staff. This reduced need for staff then […]
This short post is the next article in my discussion on how law firms can increase profits in 2017 and beyond. Yesterday I looked at how poor customer service decreases law firm profits. It’s important to understand that higher customer service leads to a higher rate of referrals. That higher rate of referrals, in turn, […]
This is the next post in my discussion on how attorneys can increase their profits in 2017 (or any year for that matter). My last article provided an overview of topics this series is going to discuss and also mentioned the fact that many law firms are going to fail in the coming year (which […]
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