Hi Friends, Do you have time but no marketing budget? Well here is a set of solutions for online marketing of your law firm for free! These free services are especially valuable to lawyers that are just starting a practice, such as those by recent law school grads, or attorneys leaving larger law firms to [...]

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Hi Friends, I got so excited about the new Google Toolbar for IE on Windows, that I for got to add the real exciting news for the Windows community… Internet Explorer 7 is coming out in beta this summer. Bill Gates talked about it at the RSA conference (see the MSDN IEBlog Post). Here is [...]

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Hi Friends, Google has released a beta of the third version of their toolbar. It works for… Internet Explorer on Windows. The Google Toolbar 3 has a SpellCheck for when you are inputing data into online Web forms… It has a word translator – just hover your mouse cursor over an English word and Toolbar’s [...]

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Hi Friends, From the founders, product marketers and programmers of MySimon and Wisenut and an AltaVista product martketer/programmer, comes… Become.com – a search engine focused on commercial products and services. Become.com is now live for beta testing. This is the first version of their search engine, so expect many improvements over time. The interface is [...]

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Hi Friends, Google held their first Analyst day on Wednesday. You can find the Webcast here. Gary Price has a good overivew of the media comments and mentions at the Search Engine Watch Blog. Look for a lot more personalization features – all lined up with local ads (for law firms :). Peace – Tim

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Hi Friends, Yahoo! has released a beta version of their toolbar for Firefox, if you run Windows. A Macintosh version should be out soon (you can get an email from Yahoo! when the Mac (or Linux) version is ready by clicking here). You can read more about the Yahoo! Firefox tool bar on the Yahoo! [...]

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Hi Friends, As Google continues to focus on the local advertising market, it has now released Google Maps. The maps (which on the Macintosh work with Firefox, but not Safari) allows one to scroll along a given area, placing additional graphical elements onto the screen as one scrolls, rather than redrawing the whole screen to [...]

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Hi Friends, As noted by Sabrina Pacifici informed us (and me) last week on her blog BeSpacific, Microsoft took the beta off their MSN Search and went live with it on the MSN portal site last week. This should greatly increase the use of MSN Search. For those who would like to give feedback to [...]

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