Law firms embracing online legal advice

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22 July 2015


mmadigitalmmadigital, the online marketing agency for law firms, has now signed-up over 50 law firms to its Free Legal Advice Centre, the UK’s first online legal service offering consumers advice and guidance purely by video.

Firms including Stephensons, Hugh James, DAS Law, Roberts Jackson, Jefferies Solicitors and Scott Rees & Co all feature branded videos on the site covering over 20 legal disciplines including personal injury, employment and private client.

The site provides a unique consumer portal to quality legal advice via informative plain English video guides, giving modern law firms the ability to reach an even wider audience through easy connections to legal consumers.

Sarah Boustouller is marketing partner at Stephensons, her firm features several videos on the site, she says: “This is a great idea by mmadigital. It gives us the opportunity to demonstrate in a personal and engaging way how we help consumers via self-help material.”

mmadigital is now running a summer promotion for law firms wanting to feature on the site, offering a video and listing for 12 months for £1,950 + VAT.

Firms benefit from:

  • Fully branded video listings, with leads going directly to the firm so they can easily measure return on investment.
  • Work to ensure videos on the Free Legal Advice Centre will achieve high search engine rankings, providing opportunities to drive traffic to firms’ sites via social media channels.
  • Featured videos categorised into three areas, namely: client testimonials, advice or promotional, allowing law firms to target more visitors during specific campaigns over short or long term periods.

Dez Derry, CEO, mmadigital says Free Legal Advice Centre takes modern marketing for law firms to a whole new level: “The power of video to generate leads for law firms is huge and getting bigger all the time. We’ve put significant investment into the platform, along with an award-winning video production team behind the site. Firms are starting to reap the rewards of communicating to clients in a far more personal way that directly appeals to the legal issue they are facing.”

To find out more contact mmadigital via http://www.freelegaladvicecentre.co.uk/contact-us/



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