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TweetDoes your law firm want more corporate counsel clients? If so, then you may need a redesign of your law firm website, because corporate counsel are looking for something very specific when they research your firm. With the wrong website design elements you may turn away potential corporate clients before they ever have a chance to […]

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TweetI recently told you martindale.com Connected boasts nearly 13,000 blogs. Well, here’s another number for you to mull over. As I write this post, our community also features nearly 900 groups. Some of my favorites include the Thought Leadership for Lawyers Group, the Corporate Lawyer Network Group, the Intellectual Property Group, and the Emerging Issues […]

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TweetHere’s what you missed this week on martindale.com Connected. The Martindale Mike Podcast – “Getting to the Truth One Lawyer at a Time” Think Larry King Live for lawyers meets The Daily Show.  The Martindale Mike Podcast, hosted by yours truly, invites the best legal minds to talk about hot legal issues and asks them […]

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TweetThe results of Martindale-Hubbell’s global study on lawyer to lawyer referrals has found that referrals among law firms represent a significant percentage of annual revenues, yet the majority of firms polled have only basic tracking procedures, if any at all.  More than a quarter of those surveyed claim more than 20 percent of their annual […]

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TweetI am a NY Jets fan … and yes, for most of my life I have been disappointed.  All of that changed this weekend with the Jets crushing defeat of the Cincinnati Bengals, rocketing them into a NFL Wild Card Playoff spot.  With a rookie star quarterback (Mark Sanchez), a key new receiver (Braylon Edwards), […]

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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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