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Wednesday, May 28, 2014

We’re Co-Sponsoring a Free CLE for NY Attorneys!

Next week, Amicus Creative Media will be co-sponsoring a free CLE for NY attorneys. The presentation, led by our CEO Fred Cohen, will explore effective marketing strategies for law firms and examine some key ethical considerations that attorneys must be mindful of when it comes to advertising. This course is appropriate for both newly admitted and experienced attorneys.

Registration is free but space is limited! Learn more and sign up today.


Tuesday, May 6, 2014

We’ve Teamed up with the CBA to Offer Members a Great Discount

We’re thrilled to be the newest Member Discount Provider of the Connecticut Bar Association, offering members of the organization a 15% discount off of our website setup fee. This great savings will help over 9,000 legal professionals throughout the state build comprehensive websites that help to get their firms in front of prospective clients and connecting with referral sources. All websites we develop feature captivating designs, powerful content and interactive tools that engage visitors.

The Connecticut Bar Association joins a select group of State Bars who offer this great marketing discount to members including the New York State Bar Association, New Jersey State Bar association, Rhode Island Bar Association, Kentucky Bar Association and the State Bar of Texas.


Friday, April 25, 2014

Celebrating 7 Years!

After a brutal winter with one too many snow days and bitterly cold temperatures, many people across the country have welcomed this April with open arms and a giant sigh of relief. At Amicus Creative Media, we always celebrate this month. Seven years ago, we opened our doors, vowing to create effective attorney websites and today we can proudly say that we’ve done just that, helping over 750 law firms build a powerful online presence. While we certainly weren’t the first to build legal sites, we were the first to build everything from our streamlined development process to our comprehensive content management system and our approach to unparalled white glove service with one main goal in mind - to make online marketing more efficient for the firms we serve.

As we reflect on the past few years, we’re so very grateful to all of the clients, colleagues and partners who have helped us spread the word and show the legal industry how website development should be done. And while we’re proud of the work we’ve done, and more importantly what our clients have accomplished, we will never be the type of company that rest on its laurels. In the months ahead, you can be sure that we will continue to add to our extensive content library, further enhance our interactive site tools and develop even more resources to help attorneys take their practices to new heights. Here’s to another wonderful 7 years!


Friday, April 18, 2014

Immigration Attorney Spotlight: David H. Jacobson

Here at Amicus, the hardworking and compassionate attorneys that we work with always inspire us. We had the opportunity to speak with David Jacobson, an Immigration Attorney at the law firm Fuller and Fuller, LLP. Surrounded by the ever-present diversity of individuals while growing up in New York, David was inspired at a young age to pursue this area of law. As David gave us a full insight into his New York City law firm, we learned how dedicated he truly is to his work.


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Tuesday, April 15, 2014

How Do I Encourage Website Visitors to Complete Forms?

Many law firms have a number of forms on their websites. These forms may be for new contact inquiries, to request a free white paper, register for an upcoming seminar or schedule an initial consultation. Whatever the reason for the forms, the main goal is to have visitors engage with your firm by completing them. Below, we’ve included some expert tips on maximizing the number of online submissions you receive each month:


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Friday, April 11, 2014

Immigration Attorney Spotlight: Renée J. Tello

Spring is finally here and with that comes Immigration Awareness Month. This April, we wanted to celebrate and show our appreciation for all the hardworking immigration attorneys that we have the opportunity to serve. I recently had the pleasure to sit down with one of these attorneys, Renée J. Tello, and ask her a couple of questions about her remarkable immigration law practice and the inner workings of her New York City law firm.


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Tuesday, April 8, 2014

You’ve launched your firm’s new website, now what?

Developing a new website for your law firm is no easy feat. When it’s launched, you’ll likely head into celebratory mode, relishing in the fact that the writing, meetings with your website developer and revision reviews are now a thing of the past. But don’t kick up your feet too fast; the launch of a new website is just the beginning of a successful online marketing campaign. If you’re on the verge of launching a new website or have recently introduced a new site to the World Wide Web, review the following checklist to make sure you’re setting your site up for success.


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Wednesday, April 2, 2014

Celebrating Immigration & Bankruptcy Attorneys

At Amicus Creative, we work with hundreds of attorneys across the country, showcasing the good work that they do to better the profession and help individuals throughout their communities. We always relish in the opportunity to celebrate these attorneys, and with April here, we are turning our attention to Immigration and Bankruptcy Attorneys. You see this month is both Immigration Awareness and Financial Literacy Month - a time when professionals across a multitude of industries come together to educate the public.

For most attorneys, much of the knowledge and insight that they share is done through writing, speaking engagements and increasingly through their websites. We provide firms with a plethora of tools to build comprehensive online marketing campaigns to educate and engage clients, colleagues and prospective clients. Throughout the month, we will be celebrating attorneys in these specialties with a number of client spotlight posts and the ultimate website giveaway. We will also be sharing tips and strategies to help you increase online exposure. Connect with us on social media to receive these updates and check back here for weekly posts. 


Friday, March 21, 2014

30 Things You Can Do to Enhance Your Firm's Online Presence in Just 30 Minutes

In 2007, Amicus Creative was founded by Fred Cohen, an attorney who was frustrated with the different options available to market his trusts and estates practice online. Today, Fred continues to serve as our CEO, leading our team of developers, marketing consultants, designers and client service representatives. On March 26th, he will host a webinar where he will share some of his expert tips for success and what he has learned during his career as a practicing attorney and leader in the legal marketing industry. In this fast paced presentation, he will explore simple actions that attorneys often overlook when developing an effective website and powerful online presence. Learn more and register online.


Wednesday, March 12, 2014

Mobile vs. Responsive Design: What it means for your law firm’s website?

You can’t go to a restaurant, a local sporting event, the airport or a business meeting without being surrounded by people using their smart phones to surf the web and check email on the go. With the number of cell phone-owning Americans who surf the web from their mobile devices doubling since 2009, it's no surprise that the need to have a website that works well for mobile is no longer an option for law firms; it’s a necessity. If you have considered making your site “mobile-friendly”, you've likely encountered two different options for doing so: a mobile website or responsive design. In this post, we'll explore how these options differ so you can make the best decision when it comes to marketing your firm on the web.


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Friday, March 7, 2014

Guest Blogging 2.0

For years, guest blogging was promoted as a way to get inbound links to your site, increasing visibility with the blog’s readers and also with the search engines. If you have a website, you’ve probably been contacted by a professional (in all likelihood, an SEO consultant acting on behalf of the professional) offering to share his or her expertise on your blog; they promise a high-quality, original post for absolutely nothing. What’s the catch you ask? 


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