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28 August 2014


CEO Dez Derry says mmadigital are making the most of digital marketing to generate new business for their clients

mmadigital, the online marketing agency for law firms, has added a further three law firm clients to its growing client base.

Award-winning legal business, Riverview Law appointed the agency to overhaul its existing website focusing on video content. The business has recently announced further plans to recruit 30 commercial lawyers and business legal executives on the back of revenues growing over 100%. The new fully interactive mobile-optimised website uses video to bring to life the Riverview Law ethos.

Kate Thomsett, head of HR at Riverview Law, says: “As Riverview Law continues to grow, it’s important we attract the right people to join our team. Through our website we wanted to show potential recruits what it is like to work at Riverview Law and why our values and culture are so important to us. mmadigital took our requirements and produced a website and video series, detailing our employment opportunities, the support we offer for a legal career, and what it’s like working within our teams, which complements our ongoing recruitment campaign.”

The agency has also recently completed website projects for:

  • Gloucester-based law firm, Tayntons. The firm’s website has been re-created to focus on the firm’s pride in being based in the City and uses distinct imagery of its heritage and location to bring colour and familiarity to the site. mmadigital have also created a full-optimised website designed for consumers to view on any device.
  • Portsmouth-based firm Larcomes also appointed mmadigital to redesign and upgrade the firm’s current website to better showcase its full range of services with brand new client focused content.

CEO of mmadigital, Dez Derry, says that the agency has been working with law firm clients since its launch in 2012, but decided to focus solely on the sector this year: “Taking the decision to focus solely on the legal sector in 2014 has enabled us to drill right down to what our law firm clients need, ensuring they are making the most of the opportunities available through digital marketing to generate new business. We’re delighted with the results of all three projects and have enjoyed working with Riverview Law, Tayntons and Larcomes.”

Law firms looking to ensure they make the most of modern technology to reach new clients can contact mmadigital via www.mmadigital.co.uk.

 



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