Legal

Influence Your Potential Clients’ Decisions Through Strategic Digital Marketing

Digital Marketing Legal Website

Your Clients Use the Internet to Make Decisions Legal prospects are increasingly reliant on the internet for information about law firms and legal services, which means your potential clients are already researching you online. But simply publishing a website isn’t enough to engage today’s more sophisticated audiences. You need a robust, multi-platform marketing strategy that…

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Is Influencer Marketing Helpful for Law Firms?

Influencer Marketing for Law Firms

In the digital marketing world, “influencer marketing” has become an almost inescapable buzz word over the last few years. If you’re familiar with the term at all, it probably conjures up images of twentysomething lifestyle gurus posing on Instagram with beauty products or bottled smoothies made from whatever counts as a superfood this week. Like…

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Creating and Optimizing an Effective PPC Campaign for Law Firms

Paid Digital Advertising

Paid digital advertising, or pay-per-click (PPC), for the legal industry can be difficult. Prior to joining LaFleur, I worked with Google creating and managing AdWords campaigns for six years, but I had never worked with legal clients. However, as most of our clients at LaFleur are law firms, I had to learn to optimize campaigns…

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Grow Your Firm’s Social Media Presence With These Proven Strategies

social media marketing for law firms

As an attorney, you know that attracting and retaining great clients is all about strong communication skills. First impressions are important, and remaining in close contact throughout the legal process inspires trust and instills confidence. Once a case wraps up, you follow up to ensure your now-former clients are satisfied with their representation and to…

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Intelligent Design: The LaFleur Approach to Visual Storytelling

Digital Design

Preliminary Topics: Identity, Objective, Audience, and Medium Before jumping headfirst into any design, you should look before you leap. Consider these four preliminary elements: Brand/Identity: Evaluate and understand the brand you’re working with and its values. Audience: Who are you trying to connect with, and what are the major demographics? Objective: What is the project,…

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