EP 115 – Chase Williams & Ryan Klein – Misconceptions in the SEO Marketplace

 Legal Mastermind Podcast hosts Chase Williams and Ryan Klein bring shine some light on recent misconceptions in the SEO and marketing strategy marketplaces. On This Episode, We Discuss… Removing Links for SEO Strategy Deciding Between Content or SEO Cookies & LSA Ads aren’t Going Anywhere SEO is Not Dead

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EP 110 – Sachin Bakhai – Top KPIs Every Law Firm Should Be Tracking

 Sachin Bakhai is the Founder and CEO of LawKPIs, a company that assists in helping law firms grow, be more profitable, increase billable utilization, and focus on their best-fit clients. Visit LawKPIs here: https://www.lawkpis.com/ On This Episode, We Discuss… Top KPIs Every Law Firm Should be Tracking Best Practices Helping Law Firms in Need […]

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EP 108 – Lisa Gonzalez – What The Heck is EOS?

 Running your business on EOS can change your life. Lisa implemented EOS and experienced the benefits for her business and now is a full-time EOS implementer. Before becoming a Professional EOS Implementer, Lisa was a business lawyer, specializing in employment defense law. Two decades ago, she joined her family’s business, a remodeling company. The […]

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EP 102 – Chase Williams and Ryan Klein – Insight on Podcasting and Discussing 100 Episodes and Beyond

 Podcast co-hosts, Chase and Ryan, are back for a special episode to discuss the first 100 episodes of the Legal Mastermind Podcast and how they got to this point. If you have any questions, please reach out to chase@marketmymarket.com or ryan@marketmymarket.com. On This Episode, We Discuss … • Establishing Your Why of the Podcast• […]

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EP 92 – Eric Bersano – Is Mass Torts Right for You and Your Firm?

 Eric Bersano is the Vice President of Business Development at Market My Market. Eric has been in the legal marketing industry for quite some time and focused specifically on mass torts for the past 10 years. If you would like to reach out to Eric with any additional questions, please email him at eric@marketmymarket.com […]

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EP 90 – Joey Coleman – Never Lose a Client Again – The Distinction Between Customer Experience and Customer Service

 Joey Coleman is a former criminal defense attorney and author of “Never Lose Another Customer Again: Turn Any Sale into a Lifelong Loyalty in 100 Days”. Joey has since been helping organizations retain their customers and is now a full-time speaker, writer, and consultant on customer experience. To learn more about Joey and his […]

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What Information do SEO Companies Look For?

When you have your initial appointment with a SEO company, you will most likely be focusing on how the company performs and what it values. The SEO company has the same questions for your own business. The best business-to-client relationship involves a mutual understanding of what the parties expect from each other. In order to […]

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Understanding What SEO Fundamentally Does

I can write blogs all day about SEO, what to look for in an SEO, how you can go about doing certain aspects of SEO, and more.  But sometimes, one has to truly stand back to understand WHY you are doing different aspects of SEO. This way, not only can you appreciate results when they happen, […]

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Brainstorming Blog Ideas

We encourage the people we work with to write blogs along with the blogs we often create for them. We are often able to provide ideas based off research, looking at trends and traffic tools, and other things. Our goal with content strategy is pretty straight-forward: find the gap between what people are searching for and […]

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Two Ways to Write Great Content

Any decent content marketing strategy starts with creating high quality content. The first step to creating great content is to ask yourself whether you would spend more than a few seconds reading it. After all, if you wouldn’t read it, odds are your customers won’t read it either. Make sure your content is original and […]

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Why People are Shopping for a Great Domain

In a world where you can now buy a (dot) basically anything (we’re looking at you .ninja) it may seem like we have a chance to really brand ourselves in any way imaginable.  I’ve spoken to plenty of people about the prospect of buying domains like .marketing and .lawyer and just about everything in between, […]

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Teaching an Old Site New Tricks: Part 1

Think about how you feel about outdated versions of technology.  When posed with a choice between an iPhone 3 and iPhone 5s (besides the consideration of contract length and cost) what would you pick?  If you were looking up a subject on how to use Microsoft Office, and there was a publication from 2002 and […]

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