Legal marketing case studies – Digital marketing at The Law Society Law Management Conference 2017

Posted on: April 25, 2017 Private client lawyers

I recently attended The Law Society’s Law Management Section conference (#LMSConf2017 https://events.lawsociety.org.uk/ClientApps/Silverbear.Web.EDMS/public/default.aspx?tabId=37&id=1428&orgId=1&guid=1155d437-8a7a-467d-87cf-2c38cfd6fbe3) There were lots of excellent presentations and this blog (one of three) summarises the information relating to legal marketing case studies. The Law Society At the start of the conference Robert Bourns, President of The Law Society, mentioned that The Law Society’s campaign […]

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6 counter-intuitive market trends – Books, luxury goods, universities, small businesses, feminisation and older women

Posted on: February 14, 2014

Having just surfaced from a mountain of research, I’ve plucked these gems out as counter-intuitive market trends that could have an impact on your business or marketing strategy  1.     Book publishing growth  Whilst we may think that electronic books have taken over, there were 530,000 new books published in 2011 in Europe alone. In 2012 […]

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From Jesse J to Einstein – ROI in professional service firm marketing and business development

Posted on: October 24, 2013

I was recently asked to prepare a session for a group of law firms on Return on Investment ROI in professional service firm marketing and business development. Sometimes, marketers are a bit like Jesse J and expect partners to make a leap of faith – “It’s not about the money, money, money – we just […]

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