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17 June 2014


Words4Business.com announce the release of a further 130+ new legal marketing articles will be released on the 24th. Suitable for web content, newsletters and magazine articles, the material is professionally written and designed to help drive in instructions.

The services cover:

Private client

Commercial

Employment law

Tax trust and probate

Commercial property and

PI/clinical negligence

All are archived in a massive (more than 10,000 items) searchable library of material with a large (>1,600) and unique library of ‘for purpose’ images.

Says Words4Business managing editor Carrie Reevy, ‘Using a fee-earner to create a single content item typically costs between £150 and £300 in lost time. The cost to a words4business client is less than £10 per item. Most firms using the Words4Business service show significant increases in PEP on cost savings alone.’

We are the only content supplier to have retained professional court reporters in the London courts daily, ensuring that our material is always bang up to date. We have a unique ‘no publish, no pay’ guarantee and never require a forward contract.

Contract Words4business  on  013924 23607 or mail@words4business.com

 

 

 



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