Law Firm Marketing for Solo & Small Law Practices offers law firm marketing strategy, tips and advice for solo attorneys and small law offices who want to generate more leads, attract new clients, and increase referrals. The aim of this site is simple – to help lawyers get out of the day-to-day grind of struggling to grow their own small law practice.

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Attorney Website Conversion Rates

How To Boost Your Attorney Website Conversion Rates

If you are getting traffic to your attorney website but no one is contacting you, the problem may be in how you are attempting to capture leads. Here is a seven-step approach to website lead capture and conversion.

Lawyer Advertising

The Most Effective Type of Lawyer Advertising Is…

If you are spending hundreds or thousands of dollars on advertising, yet aren’t seeing consistent results, it may be because of your advertising approach. Before you publish your next ad, make sure it contains each of these four key components.

9 Tips to Generate More Leads from Law Firm Advertising

9 Tips to Generate More Leads from Legal Advertising

For most lawyers, advertising is something they only think about when a salesman pitches them ad space in the Yellow Pages, online, or as a great combo print deal. With looming deadlines, ad design and copy are rushed – and often aren’t as effective as they could be with a little planning. Before you run your next ad, consider these 9 ways to increase your law firm advertising response.

law firm client service mistakes

6 Client Service Mistakes Solo Lawyers and Small Firms Make – And How to Avoid Them

Offering superior client service is a key component of differentiating yourself from other lawyers who offer similar services while keeping a loyal client base. People do business with those they know, like and trust. Here are 6 client service mistakes attorneys make along with tips for how to better serve your clients.

Law Firm Marketing Resources

Law firm marketing isn’t difficult – but it does take a different skill set than what you’ve been taught in law school. You can be a good lawyer – and get great results for clients – but simply being great at your craft doesn’t necessarily translate into financial success. Fortunately, marketing is a skillset you can learn.

If you are willing to make the decision to get serious about growing your business, attracting and retaining better, more profitable clients, and creating a satisfying and successful law practice, this website will show you the way. Below, you will find tools and resources to help you generate more legal clients and increase your firm’s income.