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Frustrated that You Can't Get Your Law Firm Marketing Projects Done or Even off the Ground?

One of the things we consistently hear from many lawyers is that they are frustrated -- frustrated they can't get their marketing programs off the ground, frustrated with the results or return on investment with their marketing, or simply frustrated that their law practices have taken over their lives without funding the lifestyle they envisioned when they started out.

Chances are, since you've arrived at this website, you're probably frustrated with some element of your law firm marketing or your practice, too.

It's Harder Than Ever to Differentiate Your Practice These Days 

Prospective clients are bombarded with thousands upon thousands of advertising and marketing messages every day.  Competition is everywhere.  Traditional advertising media like the Yellow Pages or television can be staggeringly expensive (and woefully ineffective if executed badly).  Newer marketing tools, like the internet and social media, while offering tremendous opportunity, also represent the great unknown to most lawyers as they try to figure out what they need to do to keep up or to even get started in some cases.

Then there's your State Bar, which probably isn't doing you any favors when it comes to marketing your practice.  Between constant rule changes and sometimes draconian restrictions on what you can or can't say or how big your logo needs to be in an ad or what size the type needs to be, it's enough to make even the most determined lawyers out there throw their hands up and say, "I've had it."

On top of it all, getting your marketing done requires you to either expend huge amounts of your own time and effort to make it all happen, or you need to find an experienced in-house marketing director (and deal with the cost and time needed to advertise, recruit, interview, hire, train, and pay a substantial salary with benefits to that person…with no guarantee that they will work out or won't jump ship).

There is Another Way to Get Your Law Firm Marketing Done

Cedar Creek Marketing was formed to help lawyers -- across specialty niches like personal injury, criminal law, family law, Social Security Disability law, workers' compensation and others -- market and grow their practices. Our focus is on working with clients who understand the critical nature of marketing but who don't have the time, inclination or office personnel to handle it themselves.  Just as importantly, our most successful clients are committed to building thriving practices, are willing and able to invest money to effectively market their practices and have a success mindset.

Cedar Creek Marketing Helps Lawyers in Three Key Ways:

  • Marketing Project Management
  • Content/Copywriting
  • Design Work -- Ads, Brochures, Reports, Publications

Marketing Project Management

It's an escapable truth: the best law firm marketing plans in the world won't do a practice any good if the plans never get implemented.  And for many firms, getting their marketing projects off the ground can be a huge problem, especially for solo practitioners and small firms.

If you are a lawyer struggling to get your marketing done and don't want to go through the hassle and expense of an in-house marketing director, Cedar Creek Marketing may be your answer. Request your free copy of our special report, The 5 Critical Mistakes That Can Wreck Your Law Firm's Marketing Plan, to get a better feel for our philosophy and marketing approach, or call us at 1-609-388-4958 for a free consultation.


Content / Copywriting

Nowadays, it is more important than ever for attorneys to produce quality content aimed at attracting the attention of prospects who have the potential to turn into quality cases.

Graphic Design

A key component of effective law firm marketing is to produce marketing pieces that are professional, well-designed and consistent, no matter how or where they'll be used.

Unfortunately, though, many small and solo law firms struggle to design quality marketing items, and more often than not, end up "just throwing something together" in the office or paying exorbitant amounts to advertising agencies to generate ads or custom marketing pieces.

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