Client Communications Ltd - ConnectExtra
Client Communications specialises in helping law firms keep in touch with their clients. We help lawyers with all their marketing efforts. We help them to promote their services to and to win business from new and existing clients. We also help law firms manage their data.
Our "e-Newsletters for law firms" service is very popular with our clients. This service gives law firms the ability to highlight client needs, promote solutions and provide fee earning opportunities. e-Newsletters help law firms keep in touch with existing and potential clients and allow firms to promote the range of services they provide.
E-mail marketing campaigns can be extremely effective to announce any changes in the structure or personnel in the firm, a move of office, Award wins and special interest messages. If you're arranging a seminar what better way to invite clients along than a personal email invitation?
If you're having trouble keeping the News section of your website current, Our "In the News" service will add news items and articles to your website every month to keep it current and up to date.
Don't forget about traditional mail marketing. Don't have an email list? Don't worry, we can help you check your client name and address list and arrange to send your marketing messages out to existing and potential clients using the Royal Mail.
Then there's your data. The starting point for any decent marketing campaign starts with your data. We can help you sort out what you need to kick start all your marketing campaigns.
HM Connect Member Special Discount
Client Communications are pleased to offer:
The set-up charge to members for our e-Newsletter for law firms service is £750 (normally £985). This includes data harvesting, sorting and cleaning and the creation of your eNewsletter Template.
We will apply a 10% discount to each e-Newsletter publication subscription.
Other service discounts will apply depending on the requirement but will be no less than 10% on the regular charge rate - please ask for details.
- Subscription to the Client Communications eNewsletter