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FindLaw Regional Manager Dustin Ruge explains the importance of your website for marketing and referral purposes, and gives an overview of trends such as search engine optimization and mobile optimization in this short video. Lawyer Website Marketing from Colorado Bar Association on Vimeo. Solo Jennifer McGinn attended this CLE program, and offers her take, including tips for […]

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Lawyer Website Marketing was the topic at the monthly Small Firms, Big Success luncheon on April 8. The class, geared specifically toward lawyers, was taught by FindLaw Regional Manager Dustin W. Ruge. Although FindLaw hosts websites for lawyers, it wasn’t just one big sales pitch.  Ruge did say it is possible to start your website […]

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We all know to get a quote before we authorize any auto repair. But for those of us who don’t know the difference between a differential and a distributor cap, how do we know if the amount we’re being quoted is fair? There are several websites that can help. Simply enter the make, model and […]

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Maybe you’re gathering the information you need to file your tax return. Maybe you’re working on a divorce settlement that includes stocks. Perhaps you’re interested in following a stock you’re considering adding to your personal portfolio. In these scenarios, it is helpful to know what a stock was worth on a particular date. Most of […]

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On the email listserv for the Colorado Bar Association‘s Solo and Small Firm Section there have been postings lately relating to phishing scams. These postings are by colleagues asking for sanity checks or confirmation of their suspicions that an email inquiry from a potential client is a scam. So far, they’ve all been phishing scams. […]

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You’re on the Internet, but you can’t get a website to pull up. It could be that the website is down, or it could be something on your end. Perhaps your Internet connection is down or is being slow, or maybe there’s a problem with your computer. You could have too many Internet temporary files, […]

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Yes, in case you’re wondering, I have auspiciously subtitled this post according to the first stage of Joseph Campbell’s hero’s journey – “the call to adventure.” I will focus on our departure here – departure from the “known universe” of lawyer marketing (networking groups, static websites, e-newsletters, public speaking, etc.) to identify in a bit […]

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Printing from a Web page can be frustrating because you never know what’s actually going to print. You might get 10 sheets with each frame on a separate page, have two inches of text cut off on one side, find out that it prints eight pages, when you only wanted the information on page three, […]

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The ABA TECHSHOW is in full swing In Chicago (our own Reba Nance is attending, as is CBA Solo and Small Firm Past-Chair Jim Duve) and I couldn’t resist the urge to comment on Rachel Zahorsky’s post “The Future of Law: Old Fashioned Client Relationships and Warnings for Solos.” The TECHSHOW’s kickoff event,“LexThink.1: The Future […]

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This is the first of my posts about Facebook and integrating social media with your website.  Yours truly is the guinea pig here, and since I am a total newbie to Facebook,  I want to get as much useful information as I can before diving into that pool/raging river/maelstrom or whatever. As you might suspect […]

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