Hi Friends, The Justia gang has listed a set of the legal marketing blogs (and few other selected blogs that periodically mention legal marketing) we like to read and has set up a site of links to their most recent posts (updated throughout the day and night). The URL is http://blogs.justia.org/ The idea is to [...]

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Hi Friends, A picture is worth a 1000 words… BEFORE: FindLaw FirmSite (Thomson-FindLaw West Firm Site) AFTER: Justia Law Firm Web Site We made this new Web site for Wilson & Wilson, a LaGrange, Illinois Law Firm. Wilson & Wilson services include estate planning, probate and estate administration, elder law and other services in the [...]

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Yesterday, Google released a customizable Home Page, which Tim Stanley reviewed in a prior post on this blog. This may be the first time that I’ve been disappointed with a Google product because it just wasn’t customizable to the degree that I expected. Specifically, I was looking for customized news feeds—like the ones I can [...]

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Hi Friends, Google released their (your) personalized Home Page today, allowing you to add your GMail subject lines, “personalized” Weather, Stocks, News and of course recent Slashdot posts. Google’s interface is nice (better than MyYahoo!) for moving things around or editing individual modules on your actual personalized Google home page. The content choices are sparse. [...]

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Competitive Intelligence for Transactional Lawyers Venture Capital Yahoo! – Venture Capital. Offers venture capital news. As I’ve discussed in a prior tip, you can even set-up a customized news feed to target a specific venture capital firm. For example, here’s an RSS news feed for Draper Fisher Jurvetson. MoneyTree Survey Report. PricewaterhouseCoopers compiles a quarterly [...]

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If you have been following Justia’s Free Sixty: 60 Essential Free Law Firm Competitive Intelligence Resource, by now, you should have realized that I love My Yahoo, RSS feeds and inside competitive intelligence. Previously, I had written about using job listings and material contracts from SEC filings for competitive intelligence analysis. Today, I will share [...]

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