Monthly Archives: April 2010

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“You’re Paying $526 Per Video? Impossible.”

There are video companies who charge attorneys $5000 to create a one minute video. There are some very big well-known website companies that will charge you anywhere from $2,500 all the way up to $35,000 to create video for you. There are wedding videographers who will charge you $500 for a 30 second video that is nothing more than a template for a commercial. The problem with different video companies is comparing apples to apples. Each video production company offers you certain benefits and features that make it difficult to compare with other video companies. Continue reading

5 Reasons Why Lawyers Need To Use Online Video To Market Themselves

Attorney video is a game-changer. It has been for me. Video shows you are different Video allows a viewer to see you; hear you and begin to trust you. Video begins to establish trust with your viewer before they ever walk into your office. Continue reading

The Future of Lawyer Marketing-A Lee Rosen Perspective

North Carolina Divorce attorney Lee Rosen, has defined the future of attorney marketing. He was recently given an award at the ABA Tech Show, and he clearly knows how to market using audio, video and his website. Watch this short video to learn what's so important for lawyers in the next few years. It's worth its' weight in gold. Continue reading

New Book Available Now-Beyond The ER Doors

Beyond The ER Doors is my fourth book on medical malpractice cases here in New York. The book is designed to give you an insider's view of the hidden stories of injured people that you do not often hear about. Read the book to learn how I was able to help solve their legal problems. In the book I discuss a urology disaster... Continue reading

Video Marketing For Lawyers – If You Had $20,000 to Market Your Law Practice Would You Spend it on..

"Why would you ever bother with the yellow pages anymore?" Since it's a money-losing proposition and most people don't use the yellow pages anymore, why would you throw away all of your marketing dollars on a static ¾ page in a competitive market? A consumer searching for an attorney will have to wade through 20 full page ads (in New York) to find a personal injury attorney. Then they'll get to the ¾ page ads, then the ½ page ads and on and on. Continue reading


Gerry, We were so happy to finally meet you. We thought that we knew a thing or two about using video in our law practice until we discovered you.
You are the man. Meeting you last week prompted us to completely rethink our video strategy AND we decided that we weren’t doing nearly enough. You light a fire under our butts!
We are now back in Seattle and refocusing and redoubling our video marketing efforts! Thanks Gerry!

Chris & Mischelle Davis
Davis Law Group, P. S.