Newsletter subscribe

Enterprise Radio, EPN News, Exclusive Interviews

Can Bad Marketing Literally End Someone’s Life?

Posted: November 21, 2012 at 12:13 pm   /   by   /   comments (0)

Can Bad Marketing Literally End Someone’s Life? Richard Jacobs who is an attorney-marketing specialist, working primarily with small law firms of 1 to 10 attorneys answers that question as he joins Enterprise Radio.

Listen to host Eric Dye & guest Richard Jacobs discuss the following:

  • What do you mean by “bad marketing can literally end someone’s life?”
  • That’s not really because of bad marketing – it’s because of the Hurricane right?
  • Why don’t most business owners market their bizs’ effectively?
  • What can people do to fix this?
  • Do you practice what you preach? What do YOU do?
  • How can people get in touch with you if they want to get help marketing their law practice?

Duration: 10:38

Richard Jacobs is a nationally recognized attorney-marketing specialist, known for his contrarian, gritty marketing strategies, both online & offline.

He’s interviewed and promoted over 63 attorneys, advised hundreds more, and created, from scratch, a DUI, criminal, PI and traffic legal advertising vehicle that has provided over 35,000 lawyer leads from 2010 to present.

Richard is the author of “But I Only Had 2 Beers!”, “7 Eyebrow Raising Ways to Market Your Practice Online”, and “The Attorney Author Authority Process”, as well as being aco-author in 17+ attorney-created guides for potential clients.

Related Web Site:

[box_blue]Note: If you would like to listen to a podcast right away you can hear a sample by clicking on the “play” button on our podcasts page. If you would like to play your podcast later or take it on the road, you will first need to subscribe to and download the podcast using the subscription software on your computer, such as itunes. Then you will have to transfer the podcast file to your portable media device. We recommend the following subscription software for the best user experience:

Comments (0)

write a comment

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.