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Ken Hardison's Legal Marketing Blog
Some things in life are better when you’re alone. For example, there’s nothing like enjoying the peace and quiet of a beach at sunrise, all by yourself. But at many other times, one is a lonely number. There are many things you want to have more than one of. Like phone lines. How would you…Read More
Webinar: How to Compete with TV Lawyers on Their Own Playing Field
Is the high cost of TV advertising stopping you from realizing how you could be cashing in? Because the truth is, it really isn’t as expensive as you think it is. If you’ve been scared off by rate cards, don’t miss out on my FREE Webinar where I talk about some of the things you…Read More
May 19, 2015 | Author Ken Hardison
Why Your Law Firm Shouldn’t Live in a Bubble
I’m in Las Vegas attending Avvo’s Lawyernomics conference, which started on Wednesday. And I picked up some interesting information on the first afternoon that I wanted to share with you. Avvo’s Vice President of Marketing, Leigh McMillan, gave a presentation on Wednesday about getting the most from Avvo. She explained that Avvo surveyed the people who had…Read More
May 15, 2015 | Author Ken Hardison
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