Category Archives: law marketing


New Facebook Algorithm Will Hurt Businesses

0 COMMENTS | Posted in Social Media

We’ve all heard the philosophical question, “If a tree falls in a forest and no one is around to hear it, does it make a sound?” But what about if you add interesting content to Facebook and no one sees it, does it exist? …. more >


Year-End Tax Tips and Other Good Ideas from Atlanta’s Most Trusted Advisors

0 COMMENTS | Posted in Business Development, marketing

With an eye to the close of 2016, Bonnie and Stone chatted with a tax planner and a financial planner on the latest episode of Atlanta’s Most Trusted Advisors on Atlanta Business Radio. Their guests were CPA and tax partner Alicyn McCloud of more >


Join Me on My Campaign to End Hyperbolic Language

3 COMMENTS | Posted in Writing

by Bonnie Buol Ruszczyk, president
During the seemingly never-ending election season we just finished, we heard a lot of “worst ever” and “best ever” comments, neither of which were true in most cases. (And don’t worry, this isn’t a political post; I’ll let others …. more >


When It Comes to SEO, Size Doesn’t Matter

0 COMMENTS | Posted in Websites

by Sarah Warlick, content director

Page rank matters for firms that generate web content, so employing the right strategies to boost that rank is always a hot topic. Like most important issues hidden in cloud of mystery, there’s a lot of misinformation surrounding it …. more >


Marketing at its Best

0 COMMENTS | Posted in marketing

by Bonnie Buol Ruszczyk, president
I love creative marketing. We’ve written before about fun campaigns, or situations where companies have reacted quickly to unique circumstances. This is another example of creative, spur-of-the-moment marketing and when I saw it, I just had to share.
If you …. more >


Let Your Clients Do the Talking

0 COMMENTS | Posted in Communication, marketing

Published in AccountingToday on May 27, 2014.
by Bonnie Buol Ruszczyk, president
Between the rising popularity of content marketing and the fact that it isn’t going anywhere soon, many firms these days find themselves pondering the important question, “What do we have to say?” The …. more >