Would Recommend: Attorney Recommendations Can Complement Client Reviews

Client reviews are fantastic marketing tools for any business, including law firms.  Testimonials drive conversion because it is a window into how lawyers have had success with other clients.  Law firms place testimonials on their websites and try to get as many client reviews as they can on directory profiles and social media profiles.  It’s really important, but can also be kind of a slog.  Many people won’t respond, the process can be hard to manage without software and sometimes reviews don’t get published.  Not that you shouldn’t do it, but it’s kind of a pain.

You know what’s often easier: Getting reviews from your colleagues who can also speak to your professional competence.  Generally speaking, it’s less unwieldy to get another lawyer to write something nice about, especially if you do the same for them, or if the two of you regularly pass referrals back and forth.

On most platforms, reviews from colleagues are called “recommendations,” and you can request these directly from your colleagues.

If you’ve been frustrated getting client testimonials and need a break, try a little help from your friends.

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If you’re looking for help in creating a more effective review management platform, we help.

The Wyoming State Bar offers free law practice management consulting services through Red Cave Law Firm Consulting.

To request a consult, visit the Wyoming State Bar’s law practice management page, and start running your law firm like a business.

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