Announcing a Family Law Marketing System
Designed, Tested & Proven by a Real Family Law Attorney with Real Clients and a Real Practice
There's a much better way of achieving what both you and your clients want. You won't read about this or hear about it at any seminar. Nobody is talking about what I'm doing.
I'm one of the few attorneys who's passionate and fanatical about attorney marketing. Several years ago I sat in on one of Ben Glass's seminars and realized that the old school ways weren't going to cut it anymore. Following Ben's advice and model, I looked outside of the lawyer fraternity to see what I could learn from non-lawyers about successful marketing. At first I was suspicious of what Ben taught. Did I really want to use ideas from a less "prestigious" line of business in my law practice? What would my friends and family think?
I read and studied everything I could get my hands on about consumer marketing and advertising. I researched companies who spend millions of dollars on marketing, and who were masters at generating $5... $10... or even $100 in revenue for every dollar spent on advertising.
By borrowing ideas from other industries I began to develop a completely different approach to family law marketing - and experience success in my advertising for the very first time. I tested different strategies. Kept and improved on the ones that worked. Deep-sixed the ones that didn't.
I spent months and a small fortune further refining my ideas using Ben's ideas. I incorporated the Internet and several other strategies in a way no other family law attorney was doing. This resulted in some amazing breakthroughs.
My practice did not start out a booming success. Don't get me wrong, we've been in business for nearly 20 years and we've always been able to pay the bills. But I didn't always know how to find good clients. More importantly, I didn't always know how to make sure the good ones would seek me out. I struggled like you may be struggling to figure out how and where to get those really great, profitable clients.
And I struggled like most lawyers do with the many details and responsibilities we're charged with as business owners, like keeping marketing costs down, and keeping your staff productive and happy.
But even when I learned what to do to make radical improvements, the demands of everyday life and the practice of law always seemed to get in my way of making those changes.
Nowadays, though, I've got systems in place for EVERYTHING that guarantee my practice will operate as smooth as silk. It took quite a bit of work to put these systems in place and some of it I had to just figure out on my own (which you won't have to do if you qualify for this program), but I owe a great debt of gratitude to the attorneys I mastermind with.