Get More Clients From Your Google Ads Spend For Law Firm Owners

If you are spending any money at all on Google Ads (formerly Google Adwords) to generate new clients for your law firm, my free guide is a must read for you.

Guide To PPC For SolicitorsMy “Get more clients from your Google Ads spend” guide for law firms shows you how to improve the core aspects of your Google Ads campaign so that you can deliver more visitors to your website and generate more enquiries for your services.

I have been running Google Ads campaigns since 2004, and it still remains one of THE MOST effective forms of marketing for solicitors.

It firmly sings from my hymn sheet of only doing marketing that brings potential clients to you at the precise moment in time that they are ready to buy your services.

For this reason, Google Ads is often the best and most cost effective method of new client generation for my clients.

However, for many other solicitors, I know that Google Ads can be a huge source of frustration and a huge drain on finances.

How do I know this?

Well, I am frequently asked to review solicitors Google Ads campaigns because they are just not producing the required results, in other words, delivering more clients.

So I delve into these campaigns and look to see what is happening/what is going wrong.

Guess what?

In nearly every occasion the same mistakes are being made.

Once these mistakes are fixed, I know that the solicitor will be able to spend less money at the same time as generating MORE clients!

I have identified 7 common mistakes that are made with Google Ads and I show you how to fix them so you can make your Google Ads budget go further.

For the detailed guide on these 7 mistakes and how to fix them, simply click the button below:

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What Is Included In This Guide?

Here is what you will discover:

  • How to improve your landing pages to generate more enquiries from your existing Google Ads spend.
  • How much you need to spend to pass the Google Ads tipping point which almost always guarantees success.
  • How to save money on clicks which will never generate new clients.
  • The small changes that can dramatically improve your Click Through Rates.
  • How to ensure that your mobile visitors from Google Ads work as hard as possible to generate clients for you.

Why Is This Guide Free?

Whilst I love Google Ads because it makes so many of my clients’ businesses so much more profitable, I don’t like to see wasted marketing budget.

Therefore, I offer this guide free so that you can read it, understand where you or your current legal marketing agency are going wrong, and start to fix these problems.

Some may ask me to review their campaign live with them (which is offered as part of the guide) and some of those solicitors might ask me to take over their campaign. These parts are all optional but the key part for me is that I have stopped wastage of marketing spend for some solicitors.

The “Generate More Clients From Your Google Ads Spend guide is yours immediately as soon as you click the button and enter your details below:

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If you are spending any money at all on Google Ads, you really must see this guide.

Or if you are ready to take action and see results now:

Please call 0117 290 8555 to arrange a mutually convenient time for a telephone discussion, Email me or complete a Free Online Enquiry. There is no cost or obligation. We will have a chat about where you are and where you would like to be and I will suggest some things you can do to get there quickly.

Case Study

A straightforward approach with a genuine expertise, providing you with a proven plan of exactly what you need to do to grow your firm.

I first stumbled across Nick when searching on Amazon for help growing a firm in the legal sector.

Straight away I was struck by his no-nonsense approach, so after checking out a preview of his book, I bought it on Kindle and started devouring it straight away.

What was immediately apparent was that Nick really does know what he’s talking about, which was hugely refreshing in an industry with plenty of bluffers and chancers.

I found the fact that Nick has actually been there and done it in the legal world very compelling indeed, and after finishing the book, I knew there was plenty he still had to teach me.

I booked a free call, which contained plenty of value, but what became clear is that if I was really going to get Nick’s personalised help to grow my firm, I needed to do it properly, so after speaking to a couple of Nick’s clients to reassure myself I was making the right decision, I took the plunge, and booked the Steady Stream of New Clients meeting.

And I’m so glad I did.

From the moment my wife Rachael and I arrived, Nick put us at complete ease and we quickly built up a strong rapport, and thanks to the pre-meeting preparation put in by all parties, we were able to wring a huge amount of value out of it, because most of the fact-finding had already been completed before the meeting began.

Consequently, the meeting was chockfull of useful, actionable information, and most importantly, that information was grounded on what actually works in the real world – no theory in sight.

When we left Bristol, we were hugely energised and excited; but more than that, we also had clarity, and three days later, things were even clearer, thanks to the report Nick prepared for us detailing exactly what marketing we needed to be doing AND how to make sure that that marketing was actually implemented.

Having used a consultant in the past, my biggest fear was that there’d be a lot of talking around the issues, and a whole lot more questions than answers, but that simply isn’t how Nick works.

Instead, he calls a spade a spade, and fuses that straightforward approach with a genuine expertise, providing you with a proven plan of exactly what you need to do to grow your firm.

If you’re considering booking one of Nick’s Steady Stream of New Clients meetings, I would say, unhesitatingly, that you need to go for it”

Bill Ward, Ward Trademarks