Law Firm Marketing: What Are Lawyers Really Selling?

"Attorneys Who Make The Big Money Are Better At Marketing."

It shouldn't be this way, should it?

But it is true that any business selling a product or a service, is actually in the "marketing business"...

Attorneys are in the business of marketing their services.

Those who embrace this essential truth will make the most money... ?most who fight it will continue to struggle and will likely never achieve the financial rewards ?they really wanted when starting out in law.

A bold statement, I admit.

But as the owner of the nation's largest law firm marketing company that specializes in helping small and solo law firms, I see the results everyday.

Attorneys just like you who were unsatisfied with the amount of money they were making... ?waiting for the phone to ring..... ?are becoming transformed into rainmakers who are able to generate a steady flow of new business ?and billable hours once they attended our seminars and workshops and applied what they learned.

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DISCLAIMER: Because of the generality of this update, the information provided herein may not be applicable in all situations and should not be acted upon without specific legal advice based on particular situations.

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