» Lawyer Magazine, Bigger Law Firm, Features Latest Trends In Web Designs in February Issue

Lawyer Magazine, Bigger Law Firm, Features Latest Trends In Web Designs in February Issue

Volume 16: Trend or Fad – February 2013

Tampa, FL (Law Firm Newswire) February 22, 2013 – Law firms that want to know what web designs are hot and what designs will not work in 2013 should pick up the February issue of Bigger Law Firm, a magazine for attorneys. This issue delves into the latest trends versus fads on website designs. The trends the magazine focuses on is responsive design, typography, social integration, and branding.

The February issue of the lawyer magazine also discusses effective direct mail campaigns. The article goes on to explain that marketing pieces sent in the mail are great ways to get lead attention. In addition, the article explains components important to a direct mail campaign: a solid mailing list, brand graphics, right use of brochures, postcards, and solid content.

“Direct mail is a medium that is neglected and sometimes misused,” says Bigger Law Firm writer, Barbara Atkinson, “It is important that attorneys know that the medium still works and how to use it beneficially.”

This month, the Bigger Law Firm magazine also gives tips on how to use Linkedin strategically. With the new designs that Jeff Weiner, CEO of LinkedIn has implemented, it is necessary for law firms to understand these new designs and how to use them to obtain more leads, build better online relationships, and get new clients.

The Bigger Law Firm magazine is also running an early spring special. New subscribers can get the first month of BLF Magazine for only $1.00.

To learn more about how to build a Bigger Law Firm, visit http://www.biggerlawfirm.com

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