|Posted on July 20, 2015 at 8:30 AM|
And online searches
A recent study by FindLaw determined that the Internet was used 38% of the time by both companies and individuals as the first source to find an attorney. Also consider that 57% of all corporate buying decisions are now made online before the decision-maker contacts the provider. “People” make buying decisions whether they work for a corporation or are an individual purchaser. And if these people are using websites, Google, LinkedIn, Twitter, Facebook or other online resources, not being there may mean that you might be missing 38% of the business you could be getting.