mmadigital win two top 100 law firm clients

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2 December 2015


mmalogo-new200mmadigital, the online marketing agency for law firms, has won two new legal clients, with top 100 firms VWV and Freeths both appointing the agency.

Veale Wasbrough Vizards (VWV), a full service law firm who have offices throughout the UK, assigned mmadigital to create a careers video that showcases their friendly and supportive team culture.

This comes at a time where progressively more law firms are embracing video as a means to maintain and attract engagement online.

VWV said, “We chose to work with mmadigital not only because of their experience in the legal sector, but their expertise combining animation with high quality video.

“Video enables a message to come to life and can provide real insight into what a firm is like. mmadigital have worked hard to listen to, and get to know us to provide the insight that prospective employees will be looking for. We know what a fantastic place VWV is to work, and mmadigital are doing a good job helping us translate this into film.”

Freeths Solicitors who are the 69th largest law firm in the UK and have a team of over 700, have appointed mmadigital to build a full responsive website. Alison Foxton, principal manager, said:

“Freeths appointed mmadigital because of their unique and demonstrable knowledge of the digital landscape, as well their understanding of the complex legal sector. mmadigital’s proven track record speaks volumes, so we took peace of mind that their experts could create a responsive website that would attract maximum engagement in an ultra competitive market.

“Making sure that our website can be viewed across multiple screen sizes will be essential going forward.”

These recent client wins’ mark two of many for mmadigital, with the Cheshire-based outfit now working with over 100+ law firms.

To find out more about mmadigital and their digital services visit www.mmadigital.co.uk and follow on Twitter @mmadigitaluk.



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