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Marketing by the Numbers: A Video WhyTo on Marketing Your Law Practice

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I’m not a professional marketer. But as someone who speaks and writes about going and growing solo, I’m often asked to speak about what lawyers can do to attract and retain clients. It’s the kind of talk that could put me to sleep because we’ve all heard it before: network, have an online presence, send client newsletters…the list goes on. So I’ve taken a different approach, focusing on why certain marketing techniques matter, so that you can prioritize them for your practice. Let me know what you think about the look of this presentation and whether it’s helpful.

Marketing by the Numbers: A Thirteen Minute WhyTo on Marketing A Law Practice from Carolyn Elefant on Vimeo.


    As always, great information and love the new look of your website!

  • P.Clark

    All very good tips in the video. Your reputation is indeed the most valuable selling tool to maintain and grow business– and obviously if your reputation can spread across the web (via your website, blog writings, etc) all the better.

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