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ROI: How CRM Can Boost Revenue, Case Study by Foster Swift Collins & Smith, PC - Part 2, Planning

For our last post, we shared  ROI:  How CRM Can Boost Revenue, a Case Study by Foster Swift PC, Part 1, Need.  The five-part series will continue to focus on:  1) Need, … 240 more words

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1st Private Legal Marketing Academy

Two Super-Intensive Days of Marketing Training/Coaching

It’s 2:30pm on day two of our very first Private Legal Marketing Academy. We made the decision to include only four firms for this meeting—moving the other firms to a different date—so we can give all participates personalized attention. 13 more words

Legal Marketing

ROI: How CRM Can Boost Revenue, Case Study by Foster Swift Collins & Smith, PC

Part 1 of our five-part series on ROI:  How CRM Can Boost Revenue, a Case Study by Foster Swift PC


Wouldn’t you like to see numbers like these at your firm? 663 more words

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It's Vital That Lawyers Leverage Content To Support Their Disciplines

As a lawyer, the concept of content marketing may be a little foreign to you. This is understandable since your training and main professional discipline involves law and not marketing.  254 more words

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Benefits of Having Your Spouse as Your Law Firm’s Marketing Director

More than half of the lawyers that are signed up to attend my upcoming Legal Marketing Academy are bringing their wives with them.  The wives won’t be sight seeing at Pike Place Market or the Space Needle while they are in Seattle.   528 more words

Legal Marketing

Best of July 2016 Blogs: Content Creation, Networks, and Innovation

This is my 44th post in a series of monthly features that I have dubbed “Best of My Blog Roll.” The concept is simple – at the end of a month I peruse my own blog roll (see that column on the right) for material created by other bloggers that I think is most worthy of sharing with others, and then I report on it here. 261 more words

Business Development

CRM Implementation Best Practices – Part 5, Impact and ROI

For our last post, we shared CRM Implementation Best Practices – Part 4, Data Management. This is the last of our CRM five-part series:  1) Getting Buy-In, 2) Planning and Budgeting, 3) Implementation, 4) Data Management, and 5) 862 more words

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