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Have you ever considered an advertising or marketing idea but dismissed it because you thought it crossed the line of good taste? We have news for you: whatever the idea was, somebody probably already beat you too it.
The Internet is full of lawyer marketing stories that make you laugh, cringe, and then later admire the attorneys who had the bravery (or audacity) to carry out their marketing schemes.
Beyond Business Cards
Back in much simpler days, there were only a handful of ways that a lawyer could advertise. After all, it was widely considered to be a breach of lawyer ethics to advertise. No more.
We're still advocates of keeping business cards on hand. You never know when these may still be useful in helping to land clients or a job. But if you're curious about ideas that go beyond the business card, consider some of these entertaining ways to get your law firm's brand out there:
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