New Website Helps Small Law Firms with Marketing

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ElderLawAnswers, the Web’s leading elder law site, creates a practice development clearinghouse.

ElderLawAnswers has launched a marketing website (at that will provide information to solo practitioners and small firms on all aspects of practice development.

The practice of law is a juggling act: Not only must lawyers be technically competent at what they do, but they also need to keep clients informed and happy, get paid for their work, bring in business, and, if they’re in a solo practice or a small firm, manage the office.

ElderLawAnswers’ new Small Firm Marketing Center will focus on the one task that makes all the others possible – bringing in business.

The website, which is free and available to anyone, will deliver news about the best practices and innovations in marketing a small firm or solo practice. The website’s content will consist of short, focused and practical blog posts on all aspects of small firm marketing, from newsletters to public events to working with referral sources to client retention plans. Contributions to the blog will be in many forms, including text, video and audio.

Although ElderLawAnswers will supply the website’s initial content, practice development leaders are invited to contribute to the site in any format they choose, with every post linking back to the contributor’s own website. Marketing experts will even have the opportunity to contribute short webinars on specific topics of interest to them.

Visit the new Small Firm Marketing Center at

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