Category Archives: marketing

Jan
23
2017

A January To-Do List for Your Firm

0 COMMENTS | Posted in marketing, Websites

by Sarah Warlick, content director
How are those New Year’s resolutions going? By now you’ve already trained for a marathon, made a workable budget and thrown out every piece of Tupperware without a lid that fits, no doubt. With all that done, let’s …. more >

Jan
17
2017

Marketing During Busy Season

1 COMMENTS | Posted in Business Development, marketing, Uncategorized

I know, I know, it’s called busy season for a reason. But if you think about it, busy season is really the best time for you and your firm to market your services. Here are some reasons why and tips on ways to make …. more >

Sep
14
2016

Presentations Hold Lasting Power

0 COMMENTS | Posted in Business Development

by Sarah Warlick, content director
An elephant never forgets. Neither will the potential clients who see your presentations.
When was the last time you had a speaking engagement? If the answer is “never” or “a long time ago” you may want to focus on finding …. more >

Aug
23
2016

Talk More, Think More Creatively

0 COMMENTS | Posted in Communication

by Sarah Warlick, content director
Double Dutch to spark your creativity, anyone?
In your busy office you see people all around you hard at work, heads bent and all energies focused on completing billable tasks. But over there, right in front of God and …. more >

Aug
9
2016

Who Wants to Go to Tonga?

2 COMMENTS | Posted in marketing

by Sarah Warlick, content director
Every four years, the world comes together to enjoy a satisfying bout of naked athletic international competition. No, no, no, not anymore. They’re clothed sporting events these days, although in the early days of the tradition nudity was involved. …. more >

Aug
4
2016

WTF, English Language?

0 COMMENTS | Posted in Writing

by Sarah Warlick, content director
Image credit: https://thestoryreadingapeblog.com/2016/02/29/the-english-language-meme/
With the ascent of social media, Americans are utilizing written communications in a public forum to a far greater degree than they once did. That’s not true for everyone, of course; there have always been prolific writers …. more >