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This program was recorded on February 12th, 2019
Are you converting website visitors into new clients for your solo or small law practice? In this webinar, Nalini and Maddy will teach you how to increase traffic to your website, efficiently capture and qualify leads, and convert those leads into new clients with greater frequency and consistency.
Maddy Martin is the head of growth and education for Smith.ai, which provides law firm communication services, including their virtual receptionist & intake service, web chat, and Keypad cloud phone system. She has spent the last decade growing tech startups from New York to California, and has expertise in digital marketing, small business communications, lead conversion, email marketing, SEO & content marketing, social media, comarketing, and event marketing.
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Nalini Prasad has worked alongside Seth Price -- Managing Partner of Price Benowitz, LLP and Founder of BluShark Digital -- to create a digital marketing agency focused on helping small law firms build their business and stand out online. Nalini frequently speaks to legal audiences across the country on the intersection of utilizing best practices of trending SEO techniques and generating quality leads online. Nalini also shares tips on creative ways to leverage traditional offline marketing efforts to increase a firm's online presence. As Chief Strategy Officer at BluShark Digital, Nalini designs and implements cutting-edge strategies that build brands and work to increase quality leads online for clients through four fundamental aspects of digital marketing - content creation, link-building, and technical and local SEO.
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