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Want to know tactics and how we generate leads? In this area, you’ll find thoughts, news, feedback and critical analyses to our “Animal-Style” strategies that have set the benchmark for legal marketing… and a few that have fallen flat on their face. We take great pride in the clients we work with, and, for those reading this, within the pages below you will find such evidence.

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August 26, 2016

5 Tips for Selecting a Legal Website Vendor

Read time <4 mins Hi there, Mr or Ms. Lucky You. If you found this page, it is likely you have been tasked with revamping the firm’s website and possibly the marketing program. You’re likely a busy lawyer with client work to do, so we created this post to save you boatloads of time. After reading you will […]

July 7, 2016

Your Contact Form is Likely Broken

This post is about the often overlooked contact form. A point of conversion for attracting new clients, and it continues to astonish us how difficult they can be to use. To be clear, our conversion preference every time is a phone call. The individual is on the line and you’re getting a chance to know them, and […]

July 15, 2008

Video @ AAJ – American Association of Justice

Several attorneys asked me about the matter of having video on their websites.  My answer, “Do it.”

June 19, 2008

XXX High-Quality Pictures

Perhaps we got your attention with that tag line…and hopefully you clicked in order see pictures of, well, not any of us. But there are two points to be made in the post: Good content, like a strong tag line is critical to gaining clicks and attention; and two, people LOVE pictures on the web. […]

June 16, 2008

A Lesson from FindLaw

Organization of information is as important as any other facet of your website. The challenge most major websites face and fail to remedy well (or not at all)

June 6, 2008

Does your stove have 1 burner or 4?

Is your office desk the size of one from days of grade school that you had to squeeze into? Of course not. You need room for all the elements necessary for day to day operation. Room for your computer equipment,

June 3, 2008

One, 2, three, 4, 5

Scanning is typically what people do when reading on the web. Its what you are most likely doing to this blog post right now.

June 2, 2008

5 Mental Nuggets About Content Management Systems

If your business is considering a design update, or entirely re-creating its online strategy, implementing a content management system (CMS) can SAVE MONEY. Here are a few points we’d like everyone to know, in addition to helpful links at the bottom. # 1 – There are many reliable, user-friendly content management systems (CMS) that are […]