Altrincham law firm Jefferies appoints mmadigital

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2 February 2015


mmalogo-new200Altrincham law firm Jefferies Solicitors has appointed online marketing agency mmadigital as its video content provider.

Jefferies Solicitors, which was established in 1993, offers a full range of expert legal services and specialises in personal injury compensation claims.

Michael Jefferies, MD of Jefferies Solicitors, said: ““We have decided to expand our online marketing offering to include videos, as it’s a great way to communicate our legal services to customers. We’ve found that client testimonials in particular showcase the whole legal process, which could help other victims of accidents or personal injury in the future. mmmadigital stood out to us because of their extensive knowledge of the legal sector and the way in which they can bring a story to life on video and animation.”

The link up with Jefferies Solicitors marks a number of recent client wins for mmadigital to complete video, lead generation and website projects.

Dez Derry, CEO of mmadigital, said: “We’re really pleased to be working with excellent legal specialists such as Jefferies to support their digital marketing strategies. Jefferies is a well-known company specialising in personal injury but with an emphasis on being friendly, so we’re delighted to be working with a business focused on customer experience.

“We had a fantastic 2014 and the New Year has gotten off to a great start. We hope to continue to grow and announce further major client wins over the coming months.”

To find out more about mmadigital or see the latest views on digital marketing in the legal sector, visit www.mmadigital.co.uk



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