A Beginner’s Guide to Running a Successful Law Firm Marketing Plan [Infographic]

By Law Firm Suites - October 15, 2019
A Beginner’s Guide to Running a Successful Law Firm Marketing Plan [Infographic]

Check out this infographic to get the very specific details on how to build the perfect law firm marketing plan!

So you just started your new law firm, business cards are ordered, the suit is tailored and you’re ready to take over the world. But before you do that, you need to start bringing in the clients.

To do that you’re going to need a marketing plan and develop a campaign to persuade potential clients to choose you over the other guy down the block. But you went to law school to learn about practicing law, not marketing!

Where does one even start to develop a marketing campaign? Don’t spend weeks on end spinning your wheels or second-guessing every marketing decision, at that rate you will never start your new marketing campaign. 

Instead, check out this infographic that was put together by the guru’s over at Unbounce and professional infographic developers over at Venngage. Read along as the infographic breaks down the entire marketing campaign process, all the way from ideation and planning to reviewing your campaign’s success.

You’ll be doing yourself a big favor and saving a ton of time. So what are you waiting for, scroll down and start building the first of many successful law firm marketing plans!


This infographic was created by Venngage and Unbounce

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