Client satisfaction benchmarks – How do you measure up?

Posted on: May 31, 2018

At recent referrer management and client relationship management training sessions http://www.mblseminars.com/Outline/Developing-More-Work-from-Referrers-_-Intermediaries/5770/ , we have talked about NPS (Net Promoter Score) which measures the propensity or likelihood of recommendation and how it is rapidly becoming the standard measurement of client satisfaction in professional service firms. Several people have asked about client satisfaction benchmarks – How do […]

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Vuture – Marketing and relationship management automation in professional services firms

Posted on: April 17, 2018

My occasional reviews of marketing technology led me to talk to Jennifer Miller at Vuture about the latest developments in marketing and relationship management automation in professional services firms. What is Vuture? Vuture is a platform that works above CRM database systems including; LexisNexis InterAction, Salesforce, Dynamics, Peppermint and OnePlace, to act as a connector […]

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Relationship and referrer management – Piggybacks, Ghosting, Ridealongs, Swapsies and Orange Crates

Posted on: December 13, 2017 Relationship and referrer management

I regularly run training courses – both on public sessions and in-house – on relationship and referrer management. At a recent session presented through MBL Seminars, we explored some of the more popular techniques for relationship and referrer management whether for internal or external referrers. Piggybacking – Rather than mount an entire campaign on your […]

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Private client marketing – Competing in the digital era

Posted on: November 9, 2017 Private client lawyers

This article on “Private client marketing – competing in the digital era” was published in the November 2017 edition of The Law Society’s PS magazine for private client lawyers http://communities.lawsociety.org.uk/private-client/ps-magazine/ Whilst we should be excited about the potential of digital technologies to help busy private client lawyers with their business development activities, it seems that […]

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Business development for lawyers – Pipelines, relationship management and international marketing (October 2017)

Posted on: October 16, 2017 Business development for lawyers - International marketing

At a recent CLT course on Business development for lawyers, I was working with employment, construction and commercial lawyers. The key points of interest were as follows: Pipeline management Pipeline management is particularly important for those selling commercial legal services to organisations. There is often a significant lead time between targeting or making first contact […]

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