Marketing on a shoestring

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3 March 2014


LegalRSS.co.uk and words4business.com Managing Director, Joe Reevy, is speaking at the High Street Lawyer Strategy Day in London on 12 March.

‘Growing your practice on a shoestring’

Joe’s expertise in building businesses from startup to success on microscopic budgets is well known as is exemplified in the legal sector by LawZone (sold to the Lawyer in 2003), Words4business (which became, and remains, the leading content provider to the industry within a year of launch in 2001) and LegalRSS (which became the most widely used web marketing platform in the legal space within 30 months of launch) have all been grown fast on very small marketing budgets as did his own professional practice in the 1980s and 1990s.

In Joe’s talk, he’ll spill the beans to attendees about how this has been done and how to use the same techniques to grow your practice, fast at low cost…and what costs firms should not take on in the quest for new instructions.

Words4Business and LegalRSS clients can attend FREE.

For details of the event, follow the link –

http://prezi.com/sklrwkwfypum/highstreetlawyer-strategy-day-2014/?utm_campaign=share&utm_medium=copy

Contact Joe joe@bestpracticeonline.com

 



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