Amicus Creative Media Is Pleased to Announce Its Five-Year Anniversary and Five Hundredth Law Firm Website

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The multi-purpose functionality of Amicus Creative websites coupled with innovative design quickly made it one of the most popular legal marketing tools on the market, said Amicus Creative founder Fred J. Cohen, an attorney who founded the company because he was frustrated with the limited website offerings for attorneys.

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Fred J. Cohen, JD, Founder of Amicus Creative Media

With our experience and unique capabilities, we’ve helped hundreds of firms break away from traditional marketing techniques and enabled them to more effectively connect with prospective clients, colleagues and referral sources.

Amicus Creative Media is pleased to announce its fifth anniversary and five hundredth law firm website. In the spring of 2007, Amicus Creative introduced the legal world to its revolutionary website system designed exclusively for law firms. At the heart of this platform is a powerful Site Manager which allows firms to manage every aspect of their online marketing efforts with ease. To date, Amicus Creative has deployed this platform in over 500 websites for law firms across the country, each featuring a unique and innovative design.

“If attorneys want to be taken seriously, it simply isn’t enough to ‘throw up’ a token site with a bulleted list of their practice areas and a scant bio. Attorneys need a dynamic website, rich with informative content, interactive tools and effective messaging to convey credibility and engage visitors,” said [Amicus Creative founder Fred J. Cohen, an attorney who founded the company because he was frustrated with the limited website offerings for attorneys.

“With our experience and unique capabilities, we’ve helped hundreds of firms break away from traditional marketing techniques and enabled them to more effectively connect with prospective clients, colleagues and referral sources.” Mr. Cohen added. “With increased interaction, firms are able to get web visitors offline and into their offices.”

Since the launch of its first website, Amicus Creative has gained notoriety for its cutting-edge Site Manager which allows firms to continuously update their websites without a devoted marketing team or knowledge of HTML. With a user-friendly interface, attorneys can easily add or delete a page, upload video, add an upcoming event, send out an e-newsletter or post a blog.

“From the get-go, we understood the challenges that solo practitioners and small to medium sized law firms face when it comes to competing in today’s online-driven world. Our priority is to make effective online marketing a real possibility for all firms, regardless of size.” added Mr. Cohen. “Time is money. Our services are delivered with every intention of minimizing client effort and maximizing value.”

Beyond the comprehensive content management system, attorneys rave about the Amicus Creative site development process which includes unlimited design revisions and one on one white glove service that does not end once the website is launched. Firms are encouraged to utilize the diverse Amicus Creative team for website support, search engine optimization consulting, email help and marketing tips. This one-stop shop approach for a firm’s online marketing needs has made Amicus Creative Media one of the most popular legal website platforms on the market.

Amicus Creative Media looks forward to many more years of providing websites and online marketing services for lawyers.

About Amicus Creative
Based in Long Island, New York, Amicus Creative develops powerful attorney websites featuring captivating designs, compelling legal content, interactive site tools and effective search engine optimization.

In addition to custom attorney website design and development, Amicus Creative offers powerful legal marketing solutions including content-rich newsletters for law firms, logo design and identity development as well as advanced search. For more information, visit [http://www.amicuscreative.com.

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