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Blog Profile / Law Marketing by Larry Bodine

Filed Under:Industries / Law
Posts on Regator:1503
Posts / Week:4.3
Archived Since:February 23, 2008

Blog Post Archive

How Often You Should Redesign Your Website

By Burkey Belser on Law Practice Advisor: We had a gut instinct as to the answer — websites should be redesigned every three years. Web technology is changing so fast you’re quite likely to have fallen seriously behind even in that short period. Show More Summary

Marketing Mass Tort Cases to Hispanics

Here's a practical article from Law Practice Advisor: One of the reasons that it’s so hard to interest Hispanics in joining a class action lawsuit is their cultural sense of destiny — that suffering is a natural parts of life. If a person...Show More Summary

Six Magic Words That Overcome a Competitor's Low Price

Check out this forthright new blog post by Trey Ryder on Law Practice Advisor: You tell your prospect that you bill at $350 per hour. Your prospect responds by saying, "But another lawyer I interviewed charges only $175 per hour." Now,...Show More Summary

Using Blog Posts to Generate Leads and New Clients

Get a free Content Review of your website today. Email me the URL of your website -- or call 520.577.9759 -- for your no-obligation content evaluation. For high-growth firms, blogging is the single most important business development...Show More Summary

Death of the Web Conference - New Research from

As virtual meetings become more commonplace, legacy web conferencing software is wasting an unacceptable amount of time, according to a new study from Ovum and It is based on a survey of more than 3,900 full-time professionals worldwide, regarding their collaborative behaviors and activities. Show More Summary

The Best Subject Line to Get Your Email Opened

Believe it or not, the best subject lines start with "Re:" "RE: Follow Up" "Re: update" "Re: Introduction" and "Re: Checking in"

New Study Shows Potential Clients Respond to Clear, Consistent and Authoritative Content

Original written content is the most important tool for social media marketing, according to new research that surveyed thousands of small businesses that seek consumer customers. Just released, the 2014 Social Media Marketing Industry Report published by Social Media Examiner, applies directly to attorney marketing. Show More Summary

How to Convert Blog Posts into Leads and New Clients

For high-growth firms, blogging is the single most important business development tactic – it is more effective than SEO, social media or email marketing. “What’s really important is that blogging is one of the key things that by itself...Show More Summary

Does Law Firm Blogging Really Bring New Clients?

Yes. Our lawyers wrote many of the blog posts for law firm customers with the web visibility and blogging project at LexisNexis. Our team has written drafts of thousands of blog posts for law firms in most practice areas and jurisdictions. Show More Summary

Get a Free Content Evaluation Today

Is your personal injury website not working to get new clients? Not getting enough traffic? Not getting any engagement with visitors? Getting the wrong traffic? Visitors not turning into clients? Clobbered by Google's Panda 4.0? It's...Show More Summary

How Google Decides if You have a Quality Website

Does the site have duplicate, overlapping, or redundant articles on the same or similar topics with slightly different keyword variations? The rollout of Google's Panda 4.0 update in May promoted "quality" websites and downgraded "low quality" sites. Show More Summary

The More You Blog, The More Clients You Get

It's been established that blogging generates real clients for law firms. What's more, research proves that the more often you blog, the more clients you get. Hubspot proved that the frequency of blog posts directly correlates to customer acquisition in its State of Inbound Marketing report. Show More Summary

Nancy Fox's Successful Icebreaking Strategies for Networking

Nancy Fox Nancy Fox, one of the most charming and graceful people I've ever met, outlined her top icebreaking strategies for networking. "Breaking the ice is difficult because people's attention span is so much smaller nowadays, and you have only a few seconds to make a good first impression," she said one a webinar sponsored by LawMarketing. Show More Summary

Successful Icebreaking Strategies for Networking

Join a free webinar with Nancy Fox on Tuesday (tomorrow) January 28 by registering at Attendees will get a copy of her fabulous "55 Great Icebreaker Questions" as well as her expert networking advice. I've known Nancy for years and recommend that lawyers register and attend this program. Show More Summary

Branding: How You are Different in a way that is Important to Clients

Janet Ellen Raasch Following is a guest blog post by Janet Ellen Raasch, a writer, ghostwriter, copyeditor and blogger at Constant Content Blog who helps lawyers, law firms, legal consultants and legal organizations gain name recognition and new business. Show More Summary

Stand Out from the Competition with Google Authorship

Have you noticed that when you search with the terms "divorce lawyer Los Angeles" or "Chicago personal injury lawyer" on Google, that several of the lawyers' pictures are displayed? This is because they've implemented Google Authorship...Show More Summary

Bloggers Have Same First Amendment Rights as the Press

In a major free-speech ruling, the Ninth Circuit decreed that bloggers have the same First Amendment rights as the institutional, commercial press. The ruling demolishes the argument that bloggers are not journalists. The case involved a scurrilous blogger, Crystal Cox of Oregon writing on her blog Show More Summary

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