If you are in the process of obtaining a new website for your practice please don’t finalise your decision before you speak with me. I will explain more now but for the more cynical let me just advise you that the call is free of charge and I am not trying to sell you a website as I do not touch them anymore.
Let me explain why.
I have spoken with a lot of really good law firms recently. The most frustrating part for me is that in nearly every case they have recently (within the last 12 months) obtained a brand new website design. The cost has ranged from £500 to £10,000, but in nearly every case the result has been exactly the same; a complete and utter waste of money!
The main reasons are nearly always the same:
- Difficult for the client to navigate the website
- No consistent calls to action
- Poor design layout
- No multiple calls to action (method for the prospects to get in touch)
- Not built with the client or Google in mind (usually just built to please the website designer – and they generally (nearly always), know absolutely nothing about marketing)
In each of these examples if only the solicitor had picked up the telephone to me before pressing the ‘Go’ button, I could have saved him or her a huge amount of money and ensured that they obtained a good website which will produce leads for them in the future.
Are you thinking of obtaining a new website now or in the near future? Please do not before you speak with me on one of my free telephone consultations.
I will save you lots of money and make your website far more effective for you.
To reserve your free slot with me, simply download my 8 ways guide below and I will send you details of how to do this (or just email me when I send you the free guide):
Solicitor (non practising)
Why you should do this:
- It could save you up to £10,000 of your hard earned budget and months of wasted time; and
- You will end up understanding how your website should look and feel in order to generate 20-100 new client enquiries every month or 3,000 to 15,000 visitors each month.
Author: Nick Jervis