7 Unique Marketing Ideas for your Solo or Small Law Firm [Infographic]

By Law Firm Suites - May 7, 2019
7 Unique Marketing Ideas for your Solo or Small Law Firm [Infographic]

New marketing opportunities for your firm need not be difficult or expensive. Get started today and start building your client list tomorrow.

It can sometimes be difficult for lawyers to flip the mental switch from legal professional to creative visionary. But if you are going to create a successful marketing strategy then you are going to have to tap into that creative mindset.

And when you are a solo or small firm lawyer, everything falls on you, so if your firm is going to be successful, then you’re going to have to wear those different hats and wear them well.

In spite of what you may believe, legal marketing (both online and in person) doesn’t have to be expensive or difficult. All it takes is knowledge of a few tried and tested methods that can be easily created and replicated.

To help with just that, the very smart people over at RocketLawyer have created an infographic laying out seven different ideas you can use right away. Take a look for yourself and see what plans you can start using in your practice right away.

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