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LPP004: Up Periscope!

Today's show is a surprise because it's the result of a test I was convinced would fail - and which succeeded beyond my expectations. This weekend at the Student Loan [...]

LPP003: Facebook Pages Training For Bankruptcy Lawyers

Anyone who knows me knows I’m a huge fan of Facebook for marketing my practice. In fact, I’ve been all-in on Facebook for about a [...]

Get More Clients and Jump-Start Your Marketing

You need to get more paying clients in the door. And you need to do it now. When bankruptcy filings are down, that may sound [...]

#001: How to Market Your Bankruptcy Practice Online in 5 Easy Steps

There's just one way to profitably, and consistently, bring in new bankruptcy clients as a result of your online marketing efforts. I reverse engineered the [...]

Why Clients Don’t Follow Your Advice – and What to Do About It

Tell me if you've heard this song before. I'd told the client many times - don't borrow any money or pay back any creditors. Once in the office during the [...]

Where to Find the Right Image So Your Content Gets Read

If you're creating content for online distribution then you should be paying attention to your use of images. We've long been told that a picture is worth a thousand words [...]

6 Ways Your Firm’s Facebook Page Can Make You Money

There are over 40 million active small business Pages on Facebook. Do you have one for your law practice? If you're like most attorneys, you put up a Page because [...]

Why It’s Time to Stop Waiting

Brett Gardner is an impressive guy. With 781 hits, 289 runs batted in, 199 stolen bases and 52 home runs, the Yankees outfielder has done pretty well since being called [...]

Why Your Firm Should Be Designed With Your Client In Mind

When I was in college I spent a short time working for McDonald's. Among the many lessons I learned was that the customer is always right. I watched the lesson [...]

5 Strategies to Help Run Your Law Practice From Home

I used to hate commuting to the office each morning. The New York City subway system, though efficient, is also a crowded and (during the summer) smelly place filled with [...]