Identify, nurture and convert today’s leads into tomorrow’s clients

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18 May 2017


Moore Legal TechnologyPeloton Communications, home to Moore Legal Technology, Network Legal and Curated Media, is delighted to announce the latest addition to our group of companies – Client.ID.

Client.ID provides automated online marketing and demand generation solutions specifically for law firms. Client.ID’s software allows you to build relationships with potential clients, and clearly identify when these prospects are ready to buy.

Client.ID takes the guess work out of marketing and allows you to create a pool of engaged prospects that you can nurture until they are suitably interested in your offering. This allows you to take full advantage of new business opportunities ahead of your competition.

No more shots in the dark or trawling for customers – Client.ID will help you identify, nurture and convert today’s leads into tomorrow’s clients.

How do I get started?

For more information on how Client.ID can help your law firm, please visit www.client-id.co.uk

Peloton Communications

Our group of companies provide creative online marketing and business generation strategies to the legal sector. We work together to achieve our clients’ targets, each company taking the lead when necessary, and combining to create the best formula for success.

For more information on how Peloton Communications can help you increase your turnover, enhance your brand, improve your efficiency and future proof your firm, call us today on 0333 130 8474 and ask for Chris.



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