“The Times” Is Changing: Study Shows Increasing Role of Social Media in News Delivery

Where do you get your news? If this question were asked forty or even twenty years ago, the most common responses would have included radio, television and good old-fashioned newspapers. But the Pew Research Center and the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation recently released a study on news and social media, and the […]

What Mobile-First Marketing Means for Your Firm

Last month, Google held its Performance Summit in San Francisco, California, where the search engine giant revealed a number of changes to Google’s AdWords and Analytics tools. Some of the highlights of Google’s summit include the development of “Promoted Pins” in Google Maps, changes in ad bidding and a new appearance for ads in search […]

7 Ways to Deal With an Unresponsive Client

By Angela Kambarian, President of Essential Communications (http://www.kambarian.com)

How do you deal with an unresponsive client? As you know, an overwhelming majority of business professionals encounter this problem, at least every now and then.

Let’s say you have an interesting idea for an upcoming project, or there is an urgent piece of information that […]

Should You Choose a Custom Website or Template Website?

When running a law firm, one of the most important branding and marketing strategies is your website. How can you decide if your firm is better off with a template or a custom-built website? First, think about the goals, budget, and scope of your campaign. For example, if the main objective is a quick, low-cost […]

Smaller Law Firms Grab Big Slice of Corporate Legal Work

By Jennifer Smith, The Wall Street Journal

Companies that once regularly hired the pricey titans of the legal business are sending more work to smaller, cheaper firms—and not just for routine jobs.

Over the past three years, midsize law firms with 201-500 lawyers have nearly doubled their share of big-ticket litigation, to 41% from 22%, […]