Featured by Attorney at Work – Five Fresh Marketing Ideas for 2019

I’m excited that my article Five Fresh Marketing Ideas for 2019 was featured by Attorney At Work.

Make 2019 your law practice’s best year yet with a mix of online and offline marketing tactics. Don’t be afraid to try something new or different — and don’t automatically dismiss old-school tactics. Here are five ideas to get your wheels turning.

1. Spread Your Brand Around

Most law firms have branded merchandise  — pens, mouse pads, travel mugs. You may be ordering these giveaways for an industry trade show, but what happens to the extra swag when the show ends? Next year put…

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