A website is the center of your marketing world. It’s a place where people can visit your business 24 hours/day to learn about the services you provide. Often, because I think that many people are afraid of technology and are unfamiliar with the terms used by website designers they don’t reach out and contact a website professional for the fear of getting confused (which can be embarrassing) of or “taken for money”.
About Bill Kozdron
Bill Kozdron is the founder and owner of LuckyFish Media. A website design company focusing on Website Design, Marketing and Management.
"I specialize in website design, css, wordpress design & SEO Optimization. I love to create a website for a client and have them tell me how much it has helped their business."
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- 5 of the Best WordPress Themes for Law Firms & AttorneysNovember 7, 2020 - 5:01 pm
Every law firm deserves a professional website with stunning design and functionality. Here are 5 amazing WordPress themes for law firms & Solo Attorneys. If there’s one thing that is often consistent across law firms, it’s that most put so little effort into their websites. But it shouldn’t be this way, especially since most prospects base their impressions on how effective a lawyer will be by what they see of the website.
- Managing Your Small Law Firm Remotely: How to Get Started + Top 7 Remote Law Firm Management Software OptionsApril 22, 2020 - 6:21 pm
If you’re looking to stay on top of business at your law firm during this COVID-19 crisis, having a reliable law firm management tool by your side can be a huge benefit.
In truth, if you don’t already have some sort of law practice management software installed for your firm, you may be a bit behind the times. As the American Bar Association reports in its 2020 Legal Technology Survey, 53% of all law firms now use practice management software.
This means pandemic or no, practice management software should be a crucial part of how your law firm conducts business. However, as is often the case, deciding to invest in management software for your firm is much easier said than done.
If you’re looking to pivot to remote management services, what do you need to get started right?