How to Get Your Shingle's Contact Info in Front of a Few Million Eyes
Once upon a time, I read a handful of books on running my own practice. In one of these books, the author recommended taking a daily walk around town to enhance your visibility in the community. The thought was, in sight, in mind, or something to that effect. Except, in certain parts of certain cities, you are far more likely to be mugged than to be hired by a paying client. Besides, who has time to exercise mid-day?
Here's a different idea: add your name to a directory that has over 1.5 million visitors per month. Yep, that would be FindLaw's Lawyer Directory, which has been around for ten years and is still the most trafficked directory out there. And best of all, it's ridiculously easy to get started.
Sign Up Online
We already told you why you should sign up last week. Here's the how:
- Head to the Directory sign-up page.
- Add your contact information.
- Under "Questions or Comments," type "I'm interested in a Lawyer Directory listing."
- Click "Send."
Boom. One of our experienced consultants will call you to discuss adding your name to the directory, a directory which, we remind you, has 1.5 million visitors every month. This is the virtual version of that town walk-about. Our directory is searchable by not just legal issue or practice area, but by geography as well. It's like walking around town, but only talking to the people who think they might need your services.
Pick Up the Phone
Or, if you don't want to wait for a call back, be proactive and call 855-281-8859 to reach one of our people, who will add you to our industry-leading Lawyer Directory. You can even handle busy work, like billing or returning emails, while you're on the phone with us. Or, even better, you can take that walk through downtown while chatting it up with our experts on your cell phone.
Exercise. Local visibility. Online exposure. It'll be the best fifteen minutes you spend all day.
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