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How To Attract A Steady Flow Of Quality Cases To Your Law Firm With Almost No Time Or Effort From You, So That You Can Feel Confident About Your Firm's Growth, Spend Time Doing More Of What You Do Best, And Achieve Financial Security

If marketing frustrates you, it's easy to see why.

Advertising is becoming more complex and the legal industry increasingly competitive. As a small firm owner, you don't have unlimited resources to spend on mass media like the big guys.

Not to mention, you're a lawyer – not a marketing expert. If you're like most other small firm owners I know, you don't have time to do the legal work, manage your business, and execute your marketing to a high standard all at the same time.


Then there are the marketing vultures. You want a trusted advisor to help make good decisions about your marketing. Most lawyers get an agency or media representative who tells them to throw more advertising money at their problem by printing a bigger ad, running a longer commercial, purchasing more ad words… the list goes on.

Most law firm owners believe it's too much to ask for outsourced marketing that

  • Is easy to understand
  • Sets you apart from the competition
  • Doesn't consume all your time
  • Doesn't make you feel like you're being scammed
  • Brings in files regularly, and
  • Creates a consistently high return on investment.

I'm here to tell you, it's not too much to ask!

I'm the former in-house Marketing Director for a small Atlantic Canada-based personal injury law firm. With minimal involvement from my employer, we implemented a simple marketing system that regularly produced the cash flow cases we were looking for.

As a result, my employer spent less time doing marketing himself, and more time working on cases that interested him. He spent less time worrying about the sustainability of his business, and more time away from the office enjoying family life and vacationing around the world.

In fact, this system helped create such consistently high intake over a period of years that the firm became a saleable asset and he sold it!

Now he's pursuing other projects in his semi-retirement and I decided to help other law firm owners implement ethical, outsourced marketing systems proven to generate results, so that they can feel confident about their firm's growth, spend more time on priorities, and achieve financial security.

So what's this special marketing system that I speak of? It's a monthly printed and mailed newsletter.

If you're thinking, 'that's it?' there's no need to be skeptical…

Unlike so many new and shiny marketing tools, a monthly printed and mailed newsletter is a proven business generator. It has outlived the trends for a reason.

A monthly printed and mailed newsletter delivers results in the form of more referral business, more repeat business, and a higher client retention rate. Plus, it's an investment in brand building and it makes you stand out from your competition. In fact, not doing a monthly printed and mailed newsletter is money lost because it fails to leverage your most valuable asset the relationships you've already created.

Learn more about the transformative powers of a monthly printed and mailed newsletter.

Request a copy of my free, no-risk report, How One Simple System Unexpectedly Solved a Law Firm's Intake Problems.

This free report could be incredibly valuable to you if you implement just one of the marketing tips it contains. In it, you'll discover:

  • The true story of how a monthly printed and mailed newsletter helped one small personal injury law firm generate regular intake and become a saleable asset
  • The top 10 reasons to do a monthly printed and mailed newsletter
  • Newsletter marketing mistakes and how to turn them into successes
  • How to measure the performance of your newsletter marketing
  • How my Newsletter Program can work for you
  • And more!

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The newsletter is a hit so far. Nobody has called to cancel. It’s already paid for itself (I think). I’m of the strong belief that it is directly responsible for the intake of 8 cases in a short period. Thanks for your ongoing help!
Newsletter Client
Law Firm Owner in Canada