Connect with Us at The Mass Torts Made Perfect Seminar

With over 700 participants from over 250 law firms, Mass Torts Made Perfect is the event you want to be at to learn the latest case information, litigation updates, business development tactics and much more. The three-day conference kicks off tomorrow, Wednesday October 13th in Las Vegas, and will be covering 20 mass tort topics. It focuses on important issues concerning attorneys, paralegals, advertisers, and litigation support.

In addition to all the great information that will be provided throughout the event, you also have the chance to meet us! We are honored to have the opportunity to be a part of the Mass Torts Made Perfect conference and showcase our services to other conference attendees. In today’s legal market, we know that an average website isn’t enough. In fact, a basic web design and mediocre marketing strategy can actually hurt your firm’s opportunity to grow and remain competitive. You need a powerful website, one that will make an everlasting impression on visitors in order to maximize leads. You need a unique strategy to reach your potential clients in more effective ways than your competition. If you want to improve your law firm’s visibility on the internet, we can help!

Did we mention a FREE SEO Audit? iLawyerMarketing will be offering a free SEO audit, regularly a $500 value, for those who stop by and see us. Come and meet members of our team this weekend at booth #31 to learn about how our services can skyrocket your business.

Can’t make it this year? Don’t worry, we will make sure you don’t miss out. Follow us on social media to stay connected with what is going on at the conference; we will be sending out live updates all weekend!

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