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The Greatest Legal Sector Challenges (and Opportunities) 2015-2025

“A pessimist sees the difficulty in every opportunity; an optimist sees the opportunity in every difficulty.” Winston Churchill


What is ‘Mobilegeddon’?

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As many will already be aware, Google had a major update to its mobile search algorithm on Tuesday 21st April. The changes meant that websites that weren’t mobile optimised would see a dramatic dip in their rankings on Google. What's more - Google has hinted that the changes will dwarf those of two of its previous major updates Panda and Penguin.


Twitter Upgrade: “Quote Tweet” or Retweet with Comments

Twitter continued to improve user experience last week by launching a new option to quote Tweet.


Following our main guide to law firm branding, we have now published a new guide on law firm rebranding, answering the question "Is it time for your firm to rebrand?" It looks at the top 4 situations where you should be considering a rebrand and 4 instances where you probably shouldn't rebrand, together with rebranding considerations from a digital perspective. Click here to read the guide.

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Bogus Law Firms on the Rise – 5 Tips for Handling Your Online Reputation Management

Both the Law Society of Scotland and the Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA) have published warnings about the rise of bogus law firms across the UK. The SRA notes that over 700 reports of such fake firms have been made in the past year, an annual increase of over 25%, and the Law Society of Scotland have noted similar patterns emerging. But what can law firms do if they’re subjected to what is effectively online identity theft?


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