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How to Make Money From Your Law Firm's Website

They say nothing in life is free, but this week FindLaw has a one-hour webcast on how to attract clients to your law firm's website. The cost: zero dollars (i.e., it really is free).

The free seminar, entitled "Websites That Work: Attracting the Clients Your Law Firm Desires," will be held twice on Thursday, March 10.

As you surely know, the Internet is often the first stop for an increasing number of legal consumers. When people are in need of legal representation, these days they go to their desktops and laptops.

With that in mind, the webcast will be perfect if your law firm:

  • Doesn't have a website;
  • Has a website, but it's not performing the way you want; or
  • Has a website in need of more visibility and better qualified new clients.

The one-hour webcast, co-hosted by FindLaw Senior Client Development Consultant Kim Singer and Houston attorney Barbara Schnack, will help you take your marketing to the next level, generate income for your firm and attract the kind of cases that you enjoy working on.

You'll learn practical, proven strategies for creating a web presence that grabs the attention of those prospects, converts them to clients and helps your firm stand out. Schnack and Singer also will discuss return on investment and how you can measure it more effectively.

Kim Singer works exclusively with attorneys in the Houston area. Her understanding of the online legal marketplace helps law firms connect with well-qualified clients in a competitive market. Singer works with firms of all sizes to develop marketing strategies specific to their needs, goals and budget.

Texas attorney Barbara Schnack practices in family, probate and collaborative law. She is board-certified in Family Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization.

Register here for the noon (EST) webcast or register here for the 4 p.m. (EST) webcast.

Note: The webcast is provided by Thomson Reuters, parent company of FindLaw.com