How can your firm create content to attract new clients and nurture existing ones? In this article we’ll cover what to write, how to write it, how to make sure people read it and how to measure your results.
Usually when a law firm approaches us, what they want is simple - more leads. Every business needs to create opportunities to win business and grow, but without the right approach that is easier said than done.
At Moore Legal Technology, we appreciate how busy our clients can be. We understand that carving out time to discuss marketing and business development can be difficult amongst the myriad other things on your daily ‘to-do’ list.
In their latest crackdown on pricing transparency, the SRA is writing to 8000 law firms asking for a signed declaration that they are compliant with the price transparency rules. The deadline for completion is the 27th of August.
First published July 2021 and updated December 2021.
One of the main things our clients ask of us is to help them look to the future. To help predict what’s next in the ever-evolving online landscape. We’ve written before on our predictions (some of which were more accurate than others!) and this piece is in that vein.
The SRA have recently released a consultation paper on their 21/22 business plan. Key areas of work include, among other things, evaluating ongoing reform programmes, including Transparency Rules.
For many of us, the last year has gone in the blink of an eye. As lockdowns have come and gone, there has been a sense of limbo both personally and professionally. While time may have stood still, technology hasn’t. And neither have web design trends. If anything, the last year has accelerated our familiarity with, expectations of, and reliance on technology and the internet.
A new toolkit business has launched to help transform the way law firms and businesses in other sectors approach strategy and planning.
When was the last time you purchased something online?
From Amazon, Argos or John Lewis before the festive period perhaps?
Before you added the item to your basket, I bet that you looked at the reviews - or at the very least the number of stars the product had for its rating.