Date: Friday, July 25, 2014
Location: Pennsylvania Convention Center, 1101 Arch Street, Philadelphia, Pa.
Details: Laura Powers, Chief Marketing Officer of Furia Rubel Communications Inc., will
present a one-hour session “Using Social Media and Other Online Tools to Manage and Grow your Law Practice” at the Pennsylvania Bar Institute’s 17th Annual Elder Law Institute.
As law firms today are inundated with opportunities to showcase their firm and attorneys online, most lawyers wonder where they should focus resources in order to have the most impact. Attendees will learn what it means to engage and interact with target audiences ethically and effectively. Powers will go beyond simply discussing websites, LinkedIn, Facebook and Twitter – she will also address the myriad of online opportunities that actually help lawyers and law firms to grow their practices.
Powers is a marketing strategist with a history of developing award-winning campaigns that create continuity of brand, marketing and public relations programs. At Furia Rubel, Laura leads the strategy and management of clients’ marketing initiatives, including brand, web, mobile, advertising, email marketing and collateral development.
About Furia Rubel Communications, Inc.: The certified women-owned agency provides strategic planning, marketing, public relations, web design, and social media counsel to a wide array of professional clients, including law firms, technology companies, educational organizations, accounting and tax providers, nonprofits, municipalities, and more. Furia Rubel was ranked the No. 1 legal marketing and branding agency in the National Law Journal’s 2014 “Best of” survey and has been ranked No. 1 for legal marketing and public relations by The Legal Intelligencer every year since 2011. For more information, visit www.furiarubel.com, follow on Twitter at @FuriaRubel or subscribe to the ThePRLawyer.com blog.
Contact: Sarah Larson at [email protected] or 215-340-0480
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