Lawyerist.com Article: Essential Toolkit 3

Do you have a system for closing your completed contracts and following up with your clients? Without a thoughtful plan in place, these things will easily get forgotten and you will miss the best opportunities for marketing your firm.
With a little thought and effort you can leave a great final impression, make yourself memorable and increase the potential for more referrals.

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Develop a logical system for your practice that ensures that the project or casework is completed to the client’s satisfaction. This might be something as simple as a checklist for you to follow through, a client survey or feedback form, or a simple blank card requesting a testimonial.
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Essential Marketing Toolkit, Part 3: Be Memorable at the Lawyerist.com.  Develop a logical system for your practice that ensures that the project or casework is completed to the client’s satisfaction. These seemingly minor ideas won’t go unnoticed and will help to persuade your clients of your sophisticated reputation.

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Madia Law, based out of Minneapolis, Minnesota, is a firm focused on trial law. It was important to refine the messaging for the firm to ensure that the core competency of taking cases to trial (and winning) is conveyed to potential clients.

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“One of the things that a lot of people are missing or not quite getting right is the positioning and messaging and how to really be strategic with their content. So making sure that they’re speaking to their clients and making sure that it’s really client-centric, instead of where it was in the beginning with those brochure sites where it was very, more egocentric for the firm and it was much more about let us tell you about where we all went to law school and how many cases we’ve solved.”

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