How direct business directly affects your conveyancing firm
Working as a conveyancer, you can often find yourself to be overworked and short of time to even think about bringing in new business and develop your network.
Are you therefore relying heavily on referrals from panel management companies and estate agents? Not acquiring work directly means you’re losing out on vital income, with referral fees reducing your profit margins on each matter file.
The ideal situation would be to generate better quality caseloads, where you get to keep all the income generated, meaning less stress for you but more money coming in.
Sound too good to be true?
What if we told you that you don’t even have to do any of the hard work to boost the level of direct enquiries coming in?
At Editor Assist, our team are specialists in marketing within the conveyancing sector and write monthly content and PR packs to relieve you from the burden of bringing in new business. Utilising our unique service means over time you will have more direct business, lower caseloads and a more profitable firm.
As a result, you will be rewarded with a balanced team who are not overworked and are re-motivated once they witness the results.
Our customers are our greatest advocates – they can tell you better than us how effective the content from Editor Assist is, Karen James, Partner at Ramsdens Solicitors LLP says:
“We have found the monthly packs we receive from Editor Assist to be a superb resource. As a firm who strongly believes in the power of a highly visible social media presence, having ready-made, relevant, factually correct and well-written blogs and articles available to us saves us time, makes us stand out from the crowd, and promotes interest in our services.”
To get an insight into what you can do yourself within your conveyancing business, our experts Chris Harris and Karen Babington will be hosting a thought leadership webinar on 25th January 2017 from 2-2.30pm.
Topics that will be covered include:
- How to generate more direct business in 2017
- What content your potential clients respond to
- How consumers really sought conveyancing services in 2016
- The real cost of referral fees to your business
This article was submitted to be published by Editor Assist as part of their advertising agreement with Today’s Conveyancer. The views expressed in this article are those of the submitter and not those of Today’s Conveyancer.