Free Event: Tips to Create a Better Conveyancing Website

Want to build a better website for your conveyancing firm?

Then make sure to book your place at Clio’s free webinar, The Making of a Law Firm Series: Winning Websites—A Lawyer’s New Shop-Front Window, taking place on Wednesday, 26 May, at 11 a.m. BST.

You can register for this free online event here.

Creating a website and online content is essential for all law firms, but for busy solicitors–especially those who work in conveyancing–it often falls down the list of priorities. That can be a mistake. If you’re planning for long-term success, building your online presence can pay dividends, helping you to attract new clients, retain existing ones, and stay competitive in an increasingly digital world.

It doesn’t have to be difficult or expensive; you may be pleased to know that building an effective website is often much simpler and more affordable than you might think.

That’s where Winning Websites—A Lawyer’s New Shop-Front Window can help.

In this session of Clio’s The Making of a Law Firm, Clio’s UK Community Manager, Geraldine O’Reilly, will be joined by law firm marketing expert Rachel Tombs from Orion Legal Marketing to discuss the fundamentals of creating a powerful digital presence as well as techniques and insights that law firms from all practice areas can use.

During this session, they’ll discuss:

  • Essentials for building a future-proofed website.
  • How to create online content that attracts new clients and showcases your firm’s expertise with videos, podcasts, and guides.
  • How much time and resources you should budget on marketing initiatives, plus ways to get creative in those early days.

To find out more about this event and our speakers or to register for your free place, click here now.

Not sure you can attend on that date? Don’t worry! Register anyway and you’ll be sent a recording after the event.

This article was submitted to be published by Clio 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.

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