Scheduling your week can be a real pain, but systematizing your scheduling with right tools can help you block out your whole week in minutes. Let Joel Runyon, entrepreneur at IMPOSSIBLE and advisor at Woven, show you how you can get started optimizing your scheduling for a more productive work week.
Everybody needs to make a private call every now and again, but caller ID makes privacy nearly impossible nowadays. Blocking your caller ID to make a private call may be necessary for any number of reasons. Knowing how to do this can give you the control over the privacy of your own calls, empowering you to make as many private calls as you need without risking your information.
If you're concerned you'll miss an important call, but don't have the time to sit by your phone all day, call forwarding is the answer to all of your call answering problems. Forwarding your calls can ensure customers or potential clients have access to you and your business, even when you are out of the office or busy.
Worried about sharing your personal number when you make a call? There are ways to stop callers from seeing your number to protect your privacy. Use caller ID to block your number and keep your information safe from any potentially unwanted callers.
A voicemail greeting can be act as a introduction to your company and set the tone for the rest of your company's relationship with a client so it's important to create a voicemail that suits your company's brand. But if you're not sure where to start, we have a few suggestions you can use to get your voicemail going.
Whether you struggle to keep your law firm’s systems up to date or find it difficult to constantly demo new technology, it can no doubt be overwhelming to take the necessary steps to keep your firm productive and profitable. If you’re hoping to give your law practice the boost it needs without creating more work for yourself, Maddy Martin of Smith.ai and Maya Bielinski of ROSS Intelligence recommend building efficiency through affordable and accessible solutions.
Intake is such a huge part of running a law firm. With a reliable intake process, there is no limit to the quality conversions a law firm can reach. Regina Edwards of Edwards Family Law joined Maddy Martin of Smith.ai to discuss how law firms of any size can create a bulletproof intake system that'll enable them to connect with and convert more quality clients.
With 25% of leads contacting businesses after-hours and 51% of consumers saying they prefer live chat, 24/7 website chat has become the easiest growth lever for businesses to pull. Connect with more of the leads you're already attracting to your website, and convert them when Smith.ai's professional and friendly live agents screen and schedule them for a consultation with you and your staff. Now through January 31, 2021, get 2 months of live-staffed chat for free with every virtual receptionist plan, and start capturing all of the online leads you've been missing!
Small law firms have been hit particularly hard by the pandemic. Addressing and overcoming the challenges that COVID-19 has brought on may take a village. That's why Maddy Martin of Smith.ai met with the leading experts across the legal field, from Mark Homer of GNGF.com to Josh Youngblood of JLY Tech and JLY Tax: to discuss the best practices that small law firms can use to rise above the obstacles of the pandemic and keep their law firm alive and well.
In the wake of COVID-19, it can be difficult to know exactly how to keep your law firm in the forefront of clients' minds and ensure your law firm can still attract, convert, and retain clients. With a few tips from Get Notice, Get Found's CEO, Mark Homer, you can be well on your way to using Facebook and other social media platform to elevate your law firm despite COVID-19 restrictions and make lasting impressions that lead directly to successful conversions.