LegalRSS announces record new business pipeline

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14 April 2014


LegalRSS, the leading supplier of web marketing solutions for the legal sector is pleased to announce that it has a record new business pipeline and is working with 5 leading web designers to deliver superior marketing capability for their clients.

Already this month, the system has gone live on Nottingham based BMTC’s website and in Shropshire firm Wace Morgan. Other site launches are expected by the end of the month for substantial firms in East Anglia and Surrey.

Trials of the system have been requested in the last month from firms in Sussex, Hampshire (2), Warwickshire, Tyne and Wear, S. Yorkshire, Oxfordshire, Co Durham, Cheshire, Devon, Bristol, Greater Manchester and Oxfordshire – three of whom are also making use of LegalRSS’  mobile website generator.

Says LegalRSS MD Joe Reevy ” Although we have had the capability to let clients produce targeted (and co-branded) mobile websites ‘on the fly’ for more than two years, the market is just waking up to the value of this unique technology. However, the real uptick is simply from organisations of all kinds that want to have superior communications and marketing capabilities, and to achieve substantial time and cost savings.

“Hundreds of law firms use web marketing solutions or content supplied by us and, increasingly, it is the pure marketing capability of our system, rather than the ability to deliver large quantities of up to date legal content or cost-savings and ROI offered compared with ‘conventional’ web marketing  that are the driver for their interest.”

 



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