Law Firm Marketing

iLawyer Marketing & Google MTMP Breakout Session

By On March 16, 2017
With No Comments In Law Firm Marketing

If you are looking to generate more cases for your law firm in 2017, you won’t want to miss this session. We are proud to announce that Sheldon Bernstein of Google will be joining us and leading a breakout session at… read more

How long does lawyer SEO take?

By On March 14, 2017
With No Comments In Law Firm Marketing

We get a lot of questions from prospective clients wondering how long SEO will take. That’s a smart question to ask and one you should know the answer to so that your expectations are in line with what is realistic…. read more

New Study: How People Hire Lawyers in 2017

By On March 8, 2017
With No Comments In Law Firm Marketing

How do people hire lawyers in 2017? What matters most to a person who is considering hiring a lawyer? Does a law firm’s social media activity matter to consumers? iLawyerMarketing conducted a new study to find out the answers to these… read more

PPC vs SEO for Lawyers in 2017: When is Paid Search better than SEO?

By On January 12, 2017
With No Comments In Law Firm Marketing,Pay Per Click Management

We often get asked by law firms if they should be using Pay Per Click (PPC) or search engine optimization (SEO) for their law firm marketing campaign. If budget allows, we always recommend running both PPC and SEO simultaneously as… read more

Law firm marketing ideas for 2019 (How to get more cases for your law firm)

By On October 17, 2016
With No Comments In Law Firm Marketing

Updated for 2019 Marketing your law firm these days is hard work. There are more attorneys then ever before, over 1.3 million in the U.S. according to the American Bar Association. So how can you stand out? What can you do… read more

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