Best of 2017 for Legal Marketing


32 Marketing Activities Rainmakers Did This Month

Keep Things Short and To the Point: Marketing in Minutes

Is Your Receptionist Hurting or Helping Your Marketing Efforts?

Law Firms Doing Really Cool Marketing Things

What the Phillie Phanatic Taught Me About Legal Marketing

What Free Things Should You Be Doing for Your Clients?

Marketing With Personal Touches That Cost Next to Nothing

10 Marketing Activities Small, Midsized Firms Should Engage in Now

Getting Extreme Mileage Out of Your Speaking, Writing Efforts

What Clients Want From Lawyers: A Blueprint for Your Practice

Ideas to Get Credentialed and Develop Your Own Reputation

12 Steps to Make Your Law Firm Website Bio Work for You

A Marketing Consultant’s Argument for the End of ‘Dress Casual’

Where Should You Be Spending Your Legal Marketing Time?

How to Market a Commercial Litigation Practice: Experts Opine

Give Your Referral Sources a Ton of Tender Loving Care

How to Get Started When You Only Have a Few Clients

Examine Your Law Practice Through Your Clients’ Eyes

A Beach-Friendly To-Do List for Getting More Business

Ten Tips for More Referrals From Other Lawyers

Holiday Gift to Lawyers: Marketing Advice From the Experts

You Want to Be Successful? Create a Personal Brand

Implementing a 90-Day Plan to Grow Your Practice

More on My Evening With Multimillion-Dollar Rainmakers

My Night With a Few Multimillion-Dollar Rainmakers

Does Your Firm's Marketing Committee Get Anything Done?

Marketing Items Your Firm Should Have on Its Priority List

Innovations in Law Firm Marketing: Which Firms Are Doing Cool Things That Work?

Stress-Free Ideas for Relieving Marketing Panic

You Want Clients? 10 Ways to Make it Easy for Them to Find You

Don't Have Time to Market? 10 Tips for Every Swamped Lawyer

Want to Grow Your Revenues? Talk to Your Associates and Staff

Twenty Things You Can Do for Clients for Free

How to Get Clients Excited About Law Firm News

Marketing Your Firm: 10 Things You Can Do Now to Make a Difference

10 Ways to Improve Law Firm Client Service

What to Do When Your Client Is Dissolved or Merged

Every Lawyer in Your Firm Should NOT Have a Marketing Plan

Networking: If Done Right, It Really Works

Tips to Drive Traffic to Your Web Site

Associates in Law Firms - Rise and Market

25 Value-Added Services to Offer Your Clients for Free

Times are tough for everyone. Go out and visit your clients.

Innovation Can Lead to More Business for Firms

Empowering Firm Staff to Generate More Client Business

Is Your Next Client Just a Click Away?

Listen to Stacy on Cole Silver's Expert Audio Series

30 Years of Law Firm Marketing: How far have we come?

Creating Sources for Referrals Can Be a Resource for Lawyers

Can a Client Seminar Bring You Business?

Cherishing Your Clients

Let it Rain: Rainmaking Tips for Lawyers

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Stacy West Clark  

Have you been looking for someone who can really help you expand your practice and become better known in your field? Your search can stop.

Since 1992, Stacy Clark Marketing LLC has been helping lawyers, other professionals and business owners around the Delaware Valley find new clients, get more work from existing clients and become better known in the business community.

For over 20 years, the firm has advised distinguished lawyers and law firms, art consultants, physicians, software professionals and authors on ways to promote themselves and expand their businesses. The firm’s work has resulted in thousands of dollars in new revenue to her clients and greater public awareness of their firms' names.

Stacy Clark Marketing LLC is probably one of the few consulting firms that was created at clients’ request. Upon hearing that Ms. Clark was leaving Morgan, Lewis & Bockius, where she had served as the firm’s first national Director of Client Relations from 1986-1992, law firms who had seen her in action called and asked for her help and advice.

Stacy West Clark, Esq., President of Stacy Clark Marketing LLC prides herself on offering her clients innovative and effective marketing programs that the client can implement without the help of a consultant. Her wish is to empower her clients with great ideas that they and their staffs can put into place by themselves, unless further support from her is desired.