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How to Infuse Your Marketing with Purpose + Grit [Webinar]

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In the first of our new Webinars for Busy Lawyers series, Tim Baran explains how you can grow your law practice by marketing with purpose and grit.

In a recent survey of solos and small firms, lawyers identified getting new client business as the top challenge.
To get new business you’ll need a marketing strategy. But you can’t just cobble together a plan and expect to grow your business. You must attack it the same same way you do your law practice, by marketing with purpose and grit.
In this session we’ll discuss how to get referrals and hook clients before they need you with purpose-driven, consistent content and community, and share best practices and tools to get low-cost, time-saving, metrics-driven results.

About Tim
Tim Baran is the content director for Rocket Matter and editor of the Legal Productivity blog. He enjoys connecting technology, process improvement, and marketing techniques in the day-to-day practice of law, delivery of legal services, and access to justice. He was named to the 2016 Fastcase 50 honoring the law’s techies, visionaries, & leaders.

CATEGORIES: Marketing | Webinars for Busy Lawyers
TAGS: access to justice

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