June 26, 2019

Episode 4 – Law Firm Marketing with Ken Harrell Part 2 (of 2)

Welcome to the episode 4 of the AD Cast : The Podcast for Marketers and Advertisers. Host Eric Elliott speaks with Attorney Ken Harrell from the Joye Law Firm, a Personal Injury Law Firm based out of South Carolina.

They speak about:

  • Personal Injury Lawyer Advertising
  • Doing what is right by the Profession
  • How much law firm marketing has changed in the last 5 years
  • The challenges and opportunities with advertising
  • The perception of personal injury lawyers
  • Why advertise your firm?

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