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New websites and social media sites launched

I’ve written so much lately about marketing that, as I posted a few days ago, I’ve started a new attorney marketing site. After launching the new website, I also created an Attorney Marketing Facebook Page to go with the website.

On the new attorney marketing blog, I’ve got two special pages I want to mention here. One is an opportunity for mass tort marketing. The other is an opportunity for Social Security Disability Attorney marketing.

I’m also launching a website that tries to answer the question: “What is transvaginal mesh?” The site offers a lot of information to women and their family members about the terrible complications from the use of surgical mesh to repair pelvic organ prolapse, and provide a way for these people to obtain a free transvaginal mesh case review.

Don’t expect this site to be abandoned, but look for new marketing articles to be posted on the site.

The Actos Lawsuit website and Actos Lawsuit Help Page on Facebook are still active, and I invite you to visit those. Also, I still believe strongly that an Actos recall is overdue. If you haven’t done so, please “Like” our Recall Actos Facebook Page and visit our Actos recall and Recall Actos websites.

New attorney marketing online website launched

I’ve written on this blog about law, technology consumer protection, and online legal marketing. I finally decided to move my legal marketing blogging to another blog that will be concentrated solely on online legal marketing for plaintiffs’ attorneys, including mass tort lawyers, personal injury lawsyers and social security disability lawyers.

If you’re interested in the new blog, you can check it out at If you’re a lawyer who represents individuals, and you’re interested in obtaining new clients, I think you’ll find my new attorney marketing blog interesting. It’s got free marketing posts, a free online marketing newsletter, and also some paid marketing services you can subscribe to if you think they’ll help your practice.

One area that I’ve got a lot of experience in is obtaining plaintiffs through the use of social media marketing. I’ve done this in the BP oil spill litigation for over two years. But there are ethical pitfalls, and it hasn’t been widely adopted by plaintiffs firms yet. I’m offering packages of managed social media marketing services that include my oversight so as to steer clear of ethical violations while still getting new clients. If you’re interested in that service, please take a look at the marketing services page on the new blog.

If you’re a mass tort lawyer who is interested in working together on transvaginal mesh litigation or certain other mass torts, please see my mass tort page.

I hope those of you who are plaintiffs attorneys will find the new attorney marketing blog to be worth reading.

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