Monday, April 09, 2007

Case lead from the internet, what to do

I recently spoked to one of my lawyer clients who is doing very well from his criminal law website Baltimore, Maryland. I looked at his website's traffic reports, which looked decent, but not spectacular. The website was getting a lot of visitors with Google queries such as "Baltimore law on drunk driving", "what is the bac in md?" etc.

Why is this attorney getting more business than you average bear? He makes it a point to call when he gets an internet lead. Not send an email. Visitors to attorney websites usually need help fast. The first attorney to actually call a lead will usually convert that lead into a client 80-90 percent of the time.

The early bird gets the worm!

Until next time,

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