Posts tagged "Reputation management"

Does Your Reputation Meet The "New Normal" Standards?

Gone are the days when an attorney's sole source of business relied upon word-of-mouth referrals from friends and family. More and more consumers of all kinds rely on opinions and experiences of people whom they've never met to provide trusted insights. Couple that with heightened competition from other firms and do-it-yourself legal options, and the challenges to stay relevant mount.

Give Excellence the Attention it Deserves

Firms are spending more time than ever marketing their services to stand out from their peers. But perhaps the easiest and least expensive strategy is to display recognition items in your office to promote your legal achievements.

What Consumers Want to Know about Your Law Firm

It's easy to get nostalgic about where you went to school. Those days when you were young and idealistic, working with challenging professors and forging relationships with your fellow classmates. But think about those classmates for a bit. How many of them are you that close to these days? Are any of them practicing law near you?

Managing Your Firm's Reputation Online

Maintaining a good reputation is an important part of any attorney's ongoing activities. A positive reputation is often what causes a potential client to seek the services of a specific law firm or attorney. In fact, 88% of consumers stated that a lawyer's "reputation" was one of the top two most important pieces of information they rely when choosing an attorney.*

Consumers Overwhelmingly Trust Online Reviews, Says New FindLaw and Super Lawyers Survey

For the past year both Super Lawyers and FindLaw have been advocating about the value of being proactive when it comes to managing your reputation online. Now there's more proof to that claim.

Positioning Your Firm to Attract Referrals - Part 5

Did you know that 87 percent of legal consumers who choose to contact an attorney end up hiring one? In fact, 72 percent of those consumers considered or contacted only one attorney before making a hiring decision.*

Upcoming FindLaw Webcast on Reputation Management Features Selected Attorney Patrick J. Beirne

The Internet can be tricky to navigate for attorneys. On one hand, it's an incredibly powerful tool for marketing your firm and its services. On the other, it's akin to the Wild Wild West, where anything can be posted, Tweeted or mentioned about you.