Posts tagged "Accolades"

How Will you Prove You're the "Best of the Best"?

There's a preconceived notion out there that attorneys fashion a high opinion of themselves. Whether it's the law school they attended or their win/loss record in cases, the stigma exists. Interestingly enough, in a recent Thomson Reuters study, attorneys in small law firms ranked being "the best of the best" third out of 14 priorities when it came to goals that were most important to them.

Super Lawyers in the News: Uber, GoFundMe Campaign and Dean Strang

From community newspapers to The New York Times to television spots as legal analysts our Super Lawyers selectees stay busy outside of the courtroom. As an ongoing blog feature we wanted to keep you up-to-date on their happenings each month. Here is recap of what transpired in August.

A Savvy Approach to Finding Quality Leads

For Hunt & Tuegel, PLLC out of Central Texas, free legal consultations were becoming an issue. While they were offering advice and sitting down face-to-face with prospects, they weren't seeing a return with regards to high quality clients. To remedy this issue, they decided to use their FindLaw website and Super Lawyers list selections to pursue the type of client they were interested in.

Do Potential Clients Know You're the Best of the Best?

You see that plaque above your desk? Although valuable for clients that make it through the door, no one outside your office can see it. Learn more about why an integrated approach to promoting your legal accolades, focused on achieving maximum visibility, can change that during our upcoming webcast.

Free Webcast: 6 Ways to Put Your Legal Accolades to Work

Recognitions and honors are what the marketing world calls third-party validations, and they can be extremely valuable marketing tools for attorneys. They make you stand out in an increasingly competitive legal market. However, these benefits mean more when you promote them.

Positioning Your Firm to Attract Referrals - Part 2

Last month we published a blog highlighting the value of providing exceptional customer service. Today, we are back with part two of the series which takes a look at what steps you can take to nurture relationships with current clients.

Be Your Own Legal Marketer - Part 2

Last month we discussed the value of self-promotion in our blog titled Be Your Own Legal Marketer - Part 1. Today we're coming back with five more marketing tactics that will be sure to offer you and your firm an excellent way to differentiate yourselves in the marketplace. Consider these five ways when spreading the word about your legal achievements.