Legal RSS announces host of new developments

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24 March 2014


LegalRSS.co.uk celebrates its 4th birthday this month by announcing 2 a host of new developments, client acquisitions and the launch of a new service.

The developments are:

*             the addition of integration with Bufferapp.com, allowing client firms a simple way to run and police the effectiveness of social networking campaigns; and

*             the addition of automated segmentation of newsletter subscribers.

On the new client front, the firm is currently working with 4 different web developers building law firm websites for firms totalling 88 partners. Web developers are increasingly specifying legalRSS in their pitches giving clients superior marketing capabilities and low implementation and huge savings in their ongoing web marketing costs..

The firm provides web-based marketing solutions for more than 200 firms and content for as many again.

Later in the month, the company is launching FinancialRSS.co.uk, aimed at the financial services market.

Contact Joe Reevy 01392 423607 email joe@bestpracticeonline.com Links www.legalrss.co.uk



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