Fairfax, VA, May 27, 2007 --(PR.com
)-- Have you ever been to a lawyer marketing seminar that fed you bits of fluff and mediocrity, and told you about all of the things you “can’t” do? Benjamin Glass, III, of Great Legal Marketing is hosting a REAL lawyer marketing seminar June 29 & 30 in Fairfax, VA, the "Great Legal Marketing Super Conference 2007". This conference is guaranteed (yes, there is a guarantee) to breathe new life into your practice. Stop being victimized by those marketing vultures (i.e. telephone book reps, Internet Web site directories, “1-800” gimmicks.)
Ben says that the “worst way to spend your marketing dollar is to take advice from the folks selling you the advertising.” The answer to bad marketing is not to spend more money but to look around, see what everyone else is doing, and do the opposite. He has successfully applied these techniques to his own personal injury law firm and successfully teaches others how to do the same.
Ben, along with many other expert marketers will be sharing these tips and strategies, including: the toughest marketing strategies that you face, how to increase the prospect of new clients by making a small change in your "offer", seven secrets to maximizing your time in the office, and more, in this jammed packed two day event! The Super Conference will be held Friday, June 29th through Saturday, June 30th, 2007. Everyone who attends will walk away from this conference with marketing strategies that have proven results and can be immediately implemented into any law practice. One of Ben's clients, Nancy Cavey of Florida, stated, "Last year our SSDI display ad in the St. Pete Times resulted in 86 calls. In one and a half weeks our new Ben Glass ads have had over 117 calls!" This could be you!
If you are tired of not getting the results you want out of your advertisements and marketing, the Great Legal Marketing Super Conference is an event that cannot be missed. Don’t miss the discounted early bird registration prices, visit GLMSuperconference2007.com for more information.