Winter Park, FL, May 03, 2006 --(PR.com
)-- Attorney marketing is confusing for lawyers in general and Internet marketing for law firms is particularly confusing. Like most people attorneys don't like to admit it either. They are usually not educated consumers in attorney advertising thus vulnerable to salesmen and wasting their marketing dollars. They just don't know exactly what to do to have effective marketing for lawyers. Now a seasoned law firm marketing consultant reveals it all for free in one location and over fourteen weeks in his new attorney marketing email course.
"I am reminded of a quote from a musical genius of the Twentieth Century, who was very much a businessman, when he said 'In modern business, it is not the crook who is feared most, it is the honest man who doesn't know what he is doing.' Pablo Casals." says Henry Harlow, CEO and Founder of www.Law-Firm-Marketing-Coach.com where the new Client Development Course for Attorneys has debuted.
Harlow continues, "The Client Development Course for Attorneys with the website information is designed to remove the mystery, myths, smoke, mirrors, sound, fury and uncertainty from the attorney marketing process." Henry has over 40 years of management/marketing experience and has helped over 500 attorneys to date to improve their law practice management skills so they serve their clients better than ever while earning more money with less work. Some attorneys have been spending hundreds, thousands or even tens of thousands of dollars on legal consultants to get this type of information or reading books that are not specifically speaking to the needs of those engaged in attorney marketing. All this changes since the purpose of www.Law-Firm-Marketing-Coach.com is to provide this needed information at no cost online.
The Client Development Course for Attorneys answers these questions in specific detail: Can I be a good marketer? How does emotional intelligence enter into the equation? What exactly is marketing anyway? Should I be doing advertising and if I should exactly how? Should I have yellow page ads? Why isn't my website getting me clients? Who are my best marketing targets? How do I go about setting fees? Exactly how do I develop referral sources? What are the basic marketing skills and what exactly do I need to do? Should I be marketing to ethnic communities and how do I do that if I should? Where do I get the time to do the marketing? ...and much, much more.
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Law Firm Marketing Coach, LLC