Lawyerist.com Article: Essential Toolkit 1

Be unique, stand out from the crowd, do something different—however you phrase it, you know it is a critical part of presenting your business. After all, as a law firm you are your brand, and once you figure out what that looks like, you will be set.
I have put together my list of the basics as well as a few things that could help to make you stand out. In part 1 of these posts, I will cover the specifics of your identity, logo and business card.
I will cover the next steps that you’ll need to develop (website, communication system, etc.) in part 2…
Essential Marketing Toolkit, Part 1: Be Distinctive at the Lawyerist.com. I have put together my list of the basics and a few things that could help to make you stand out.

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