Posted by: johnocunningham | September 7, 2015

Best Blogs in August: Getting Referrals, Redesign of Websites, and Law Firm Innovation

This is my 33rd post in a series of monthly features that I have dubbed “Best of My Blog Roll.” The concept is simple – at the end of a month I peruse my own blog roll (see that column on the right) for material created by other bloggers that I think is most worthy of sharing with others, and then I report on it here.

For the month of August 2015, I have chosen to highlight three blog posts:

  1. A post by Tom Kane on the Legal Marketing Blog, entitled “How to be Effective at Getting Referrals.” This post has some helpful links to other resources on the same subject and is short, practical and elegantly simple.
  2. A post by Danielle Diforio on the Clockwork Design Group blog, entitled “Website Redesign: How Much of Your Time Will It Take?” This post provides a nice breakdown of the time elements involved in doing a website redesign, including the all-important updating of written content.
  3. A post by Janet Stanton on the Adam Smith, Esq. blog, entitled “R&D for Law Firms: Can We Learn From Corporate America?” This post offers a meaty, detailed exploration of why law firms are not good at research, development and innovation, and it provides a practical prescription for how this can be improved. Law firms will need to take heed if they don’t want to lose more and more market share to alternative legal solution providers.



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