Add link to law firm websiteIf you are like most lawyers out there, you already have a website for your law firm.  And you probably paid good money for it.  Now, there has been some debate recently regarding whether lawyers should focus their online business development efforts on their website, or their social networks, or a blog, or ….  (See here, here and here - interesting debate if you have the time)  However, regardless of how your feel about this issue, the reality is that you have an existing website and it likely contains useful information about your firm, its attorneys, and legal services provided.

At RFPattorney, one of our goals is to provide a better place on the internet for attorneys to showcase their niche expertise and get it in front of potential clients.  As our member attorneys know, the benefits of joining RFPattorney include the ability to create a custom presence within our network and use it to publish case studies, articles and presentations, integrate and link to your LinkedIn profile, blog, and twitter, and highlight events and services.

Now you can also add a link to your law firm website right on your presence on the RFPattorney legal network.  We added this feature to allow potential clients to learn more about your firm and the services provided by your colleagues.  Check out our sample attorney presence – just click the name of the firm in the left column – this will link to your firm website.  Adding the link is very easy – simply navigate to your Manage My Presence page and insert the URL in the box labelled “Firm Website.”  Our app takes care of the rest – the hyperlink will automatically be added to your public presence.

Ryan Bowers

Founder of RFPattorney.com and author of the RFPattorney Blog. Over 8 years of experience practicing law, including past experience at an international law firm, a national law firm, and a small firm. Currently GC and VP Operations for large mechanical construction company. Midwesterner, home renovator, golden retriever wrangler, new dad, Wolverine, & avid hockey fan.

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