Tips to Market your Law Practice in a Tight Economy

By at 3 December, 2010, 1:18 pm

Terrie Wheeler of Market Your Law Pracitce provides self paced marketing services and virtual marketing coaching to attorneys (State Bar of Wisconsin members receive significant discounts as MarketYourLawPracticecom is an Affinity Benefit) )recently did a webinar on Tips to Market your Law Practice in a Tight Economy. Covering a wide range of topics, tips and tricks, Terrie also started attendees thinking about what they can do to get started marketing their practices in these tough economic times. Using real time polling, Terrie solicited feedback from attendees about their recent marketing efforts and whether or not they thought the economy was impacting their practice.


MarketYourLawPractice.Com Added as Member Benefit for Wisconsin Lawyers

By at 14 May, 2010, 7:30 am

The State Bar of Wisconsin has added (MYLP) as a member benefit through its Affinity Provider Program. MYLP is a web-based interactive marketing tool developed especially for lawyers that can help Wisconsin lawyers create a marketing plan that attracts new clients and develops new business.


Do you really need a firm “tagline”?

By at 10 May, 2010, 8:00 am

Tweet Interesting post over at The Great Jakes Blog  on the necessity and usefulness of taglines in building a law firm's brand in marketing efforts. For those of you not familiar with the term, a tagline (in this instance) refers to a short statement or motto that defines a firms mission (and should do so […]


Marketing Tip: Give your clients something solid.

By at 29 March, 2010, 8:00 am

If you do real estate or estate planning work, give your clients closing books or estate planning document binders – not those cheesy vinyl floppy folders that real estate agents like to use….


Marketing Tip: When you get a business card, don’t just throw it in a drawer!

By at 15 March, 2010, 8:00 am

When you receive a business card from someone, use the back side to write down where you met them and one thing that they seemed to be interested in.