mmadigital teams up with NatWest to support law firms

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4 November 2013


Manchester’s online marketing agency for law firms, mmadigital, is partnering with NatWest on a series of workshops to help law firms generate new business through online marketing.

The first two hour ‘Online marketing for modern law firms’ workshop will be held at 9am on 28 November 2013 at the bank’s Manchester office at 1 Hardman Boulevard. The free event will look at how law firms can:

  • Make sure future clients can find them when on the move
  • Increase video content on their websites
  • Make sure their website is above their competitors in search engine results
  • Monitor where their business is coming from so they invest in the right marketing tools.

Two further workshops will be held in Birmingham and London in January and February.

The collaboration also sees mmadigital appointed to produce a series of videos for the Bank’s legal conferences and events.

Dez Derry, CEO of mmadigital, says: “We’re really excited to be working with NatWest on these projects. Thanks to NatWest’s support, we’re able to help law firms learn about the opportunities available to them through online marketing.”

Steve Arundale, Head of Professional Sectors, Commercial Banking at NatWest, says: “It is vital that law firms are utilising all appropriate methods for expanding their networks and exploring new business opportunities. Online marketing is obviously a key part of that as digital methods become more and more influential. We are pleased to be teaming up with mmadigital on these events in helping support law firms in making the most of these opportunities.”

Law firms wanting to find out more about the ‘Online marketing for modern law firms’ workshops, should register their interest at http://www.mmadigital.co.uk/workshop



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