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1. 5 Tips For Keeping Clients Happy as a Solo Attorney
Here is a little-known fact, keeping your clients happy may be the key to never worrying about new business. This article provides tips you can use to ensure you’re providing the best customer service in your firm, increasing the likelihood your clients will refer you to their family and friends.
2. How Solos Can Survive on an Inconsistent Budget
One of the most difficult aspects of being a solo lawyer is the unpredictable income. This uncertainty is a reason why many lawyers hesitate to hang their own shingle. Use one solo lawyer’s experiences to gain insight into a strategy that helps make the financial peaks and valleys a much more tolerable.
3. 10 Design Trends that will Boost your Law Firm Website in 2017 [Infographic]
It has become increasingly important that your law firm website looks attractive and is easy to navigate. Use this infographic to update your firm website for 2017, then sit back and watch your website convert more leads into excited new clients.
4. How 3 Small Firm Lawyers Use Hootsuite to Manage Social Media Posts
Today, every lawyer needs to have some sort of social media presence. But managing those social media channels is easier said than done. This article shows how three solo and small firm lawyers use the social media management app, Hootsuite, to give their online marketing a boost.
5. Law Firms Use a Satellite Office to a Get Leg Up on the Competition
Here’s the truth: Non-lawyer clients can’t easily distinguish your firm from that of your competition, and that’s bad for client development. Follow this article and learn how law firms are using a New York satellite office to distinguish themselves from the competition.
6. How to Dress Like a Lawyer: 5 Easy Tips to be a “Knockout” While Knocking Out the Competition
It has been proven time and time again that the way you dress greatly influences people’s perception of your financial success, competency and trustworthiness. This means fashion could play a critical role in getting a client to say “yes” to your services. Learn some useful fashion tips that will help you dress like a successful lawyer and close more business.
7. Personal Injury Law SEO: How Content Can Drive Traffic to Your Site
If you’re a personal injury lawyer, you already know that your market is highly competitive and cutthroat. Standing out in a sea of other personal injury law firms is a task that requires some imagination and a lot of SEO. Follow this article to learn about certain tips and trick that will help your personal injury firm stand above the rest online.
8. How One Book Helped to Remind me Why I Love Being a Solo Lawyer
Everyone goes through ups and downs when first starting out their careers as a solo lawyer. And it can be difficult to remember why you chose the solo path during those times. Follow the journey of one solo lawyer, and how she found joy, inspiration and confidence in herself and her solo practice after reading this book.
9. The Up-Front Costs of Leasing Law Office Space May Stop You Before You Get Started
One of the benefits of an office sublet or executive suite rental is the minimal up-front investment required to get started. Getting into your very own leased office space, however, requires a substantial up-front cash investment that may be too much for some lawyers. Use this article to learn more about how expensive leasing office space can really be, and discover which options might be better suited for your new law office.
10. 5 Solutions for Dealing with Problem Clients in Your Law Firm
The problem client. You’ve heard of them before. Maybe you’ve even experienced one in your law firm. It’s important for any lawyer to stay ahead of the game when dealing with problem clients. To help, we gathered our favorite tips for handling such clients and eliminating the unneeded stress from your firm.