Let’s say your practice is family law. It’s a highly competitive specialty in your community. You know that if you want to attract new clients, you need to distinguish yourself from the rest of the pack.
You start by considering what makes your firm different from the others. Then, you think about how you can communicate those distinctive qualities.
You want to ensure that people remember your firm’s name when they need legal representation. Whether you know it or not, what you’re doing is developing and using your firm’s brand.
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