August’s Best of the Blogs

by Alexa Drago on August 31, 2017

We know you are busy! So we read through numerous blog posts and find the best ones to share with you each month.

Please let us know if you feel we are missing a particularly good.

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Working With Multiple Monitors in Your Law Office

Using multiple programs while executing a given task is nothing new. That’s why I, along with legions of computer users, use multiple monitors when we work. Consider these advantages. Read more.

Three Ways Law Firms Use Technology for Client Communication

Today’s internet-connected consumers are no longer satisfied with face-to-face meetings as the sole way of doing business. Using modern technology, attorneys can join professionals in other fields who now conduct business without ever meeting customers in person. Read more.

Top Five Ways Lawyers Use Dictation Technology

For many young lawyers, dictation evokes images of dusty credenzas covered with tape recorders and microphones. But while today’s lawyers tend to be more tech-savvy than past generations, they still use their voices to accomplish a lot every day. Read more.



Time to Start Fresh with Your Law Firm Social Media Outreach

Today’s social media is yesterday’s Yellow Pages — it’s where your prospects are going to find you. Be there — on mobile, on video, with ads that forge a direct connection with your target market. Read more.

How to Create a Profitable Brand

It’s important to understand that everyone has a brand. It’s not optional. The question is: What is your brand? And is it helping you make money? Read more.

The Complete Guide to Law Firm LinkedIn Pages

Your law firm needs it’s own LinkedIn page. Whether you’re a solo or a partner in a firm of 40 people, having a presence on LinkedIn is essential. Read more.



How to Stop Wasting Time on Law Firm Collections

If you work at a small law firm, you likely spend more time than you think engulfed in non-billable activities. The average law firm achieves a utilization rate of only 28%. In other words, out of a standard eight-hour workday, lawyers record only 2.24 hours of billable work, and they bill and collect on even less. Read more.

How to Develop and Collaborate with your Networks for a Better Law Practice

There is a very social side to law practice performance. Here’s how you can start developing your networks and your ability to collaborate in them to find new growth for your law practice and career. Read more.

How to Run Your Solo Practice Like a Business

Three steps to take in order to run your solo practice like a business. Read more.


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