Big Law Marketing Techniques on a Small Firm Budget – Developing Your Marketing Plan for Attracting New Clients and Client Retention (July 2017) [17555-3MP3 / 17555-3VIDEO]

Big Law Marketing Techniques on a Small Firm Budget – Developing Your Marketing Plan for Attracting New Clients and Client Retention (July 2017) [17555-3MP3 / 17555-3VIDEO]

 
Original Program Date: July 14, 2017
Duration: 1 hours, 17 minutes
Credits: Other: 1.25
 
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This recorded session was presented as part of the live seminar and webcast, "The 2017 Annual WSBA Solo and Small Firm Conference: The Small Firm Revolution – Forging Your Path to the Future," recorded July 14, 2017 - July 15, 2017, in Lynnwood, WA. If you attended the live seminar or webcast and reported CLE credits, you cannot also report credits from watching or listening to this recording.

Gone are the days when big law firms had the marketing advantage over small firms because of their deep marketing-dollars pockets.  Today, effective marketing is much more likely to be a product of creativity and innovation than of big-buck investment.  Technology, especially social media, targeted networking, and more, have opened up all sorts of new avenues to potential clients, and smart practitioners are taking full advantage.  Learn how to make the best use of your small firm marketing budget to attract lots of the clients with whom you most want to work!

Presenters:
Meghan Granito – Miller Nash Graham & Dunn, Seattle
Cynthia Voth – Miller Nash Graham & Dunn, Seattle


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