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Small law firm/solo practice issues

TweetIn today’s economy, smaller firms and solo practitioners are challenged like never before to find and win new clients – typically individuals or small businesses. While things like reputation, track record and word of mouth are still crucial to that effort, it is becoming increasingly important for firms to have a compelling online presence and […]

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Tweet If you are a law firm or a lawyer listed on martindale.com, you may often wonder “What can I do more to increase my rankings in search results and come up higher on the first page when someone searches at martindale.com?” We get so many questions every now and then with regards to this […]

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Tweet As we continue to transform Martindale-Hubbell, we rely heavily on industry feedback to help us gauge our strengths, our weaknesses, and to ensure that we deliver the kind of value our clients demand. We also rely on market surveys to better understand the extent to which the Martindale-Hubbell legal network remains a valued resource […]

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Tweet If you could spend just 3 hours marketing your law firm, what would you do first? A recent study conducted by Harris Interactive for LexisNexis indicated that small law firms spend about 8 percent of their time on marketing and business development – that’s about 3 hours a week. (Assuming a 40-hour week. Stop […]

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TweetWhat do small law firms — anywhere from 1 to 20 lawyers — do to drum up new business? Martindale-Hubbell has been asking that question regularly, and the latest data reveal some fascinating trends. At our request, Harris Interactive conducted a survey similar to the ones we did in 2002 and 2005. This gives us […]

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