Small law firms and solo practitioners are realizing that the online marketing agency model wastes money and, in many cases, keeps them from growing their practices. A common alternative is trying out a general website builder.
For attorneys who are tech-savvy, fresh out of law school, and willing to spend a significant amount of time on the design and tech details of their website, choosing a general website builder can be a viable option.
However, for many attorneys, going the do-it-yourself (DIY) route comes with some serious limitations and drawbacks — especially for those who need their website to produce revenue for their firms.
In this episode of the Law Firm Marketing Decoded Podcast, we explain what to expect — and what to avoid — in a general website builder.