Monthly Archives: July 2011

Don’t Click the “Thumbs Down” Button- Not Cool

At the bottom of every YouTube video you have the option of pressing the “thumbs up” or “thumbs down” button. I know many people who would love to give their competitors videos a “thumbs down” simply to throw off the viewers who are looking for an attorney. That is just not cool. There are some people who will even try to click the “thumbs down” button in an attempt to give multiple negative views of that video. Definitely not cool. Continue reading

Bob Parsons® 16 Rules for Success in Business and Life in General

Almost nothing works the first time it's attempted. Just because what you're doing does not seem to be working, doesn't mean it won't work. It just means that it might not work the way you're doing it. If it was easy, everyone would be doing it, and you wouldn't have an opportunity. Continue reading

2 Personal Injury Law Firms Accuse Each Other

In one corner is a well known personal injury law firm from Wisconsin. In the other corner is also a well known and respected personal injury law firm also from Wisconsin. A few years ago, both law firms faced off against each other in a way that lawyers had never envisioned. Here's what happened. Law firm #1 hired a company to start a Google Adwords campaign. It was an innovative campaign. Most lawyers simply try to use adwords to attract viewers to particular keywords like "accident," "lawyer," "attorney," "Wisconsin," and so on. Continue reading


What I appreciate about what Gerry does is that he doesn’t waste a whole lot of my time. He gets right to it and helps me focus on improving the video and focusing on delivering the message quickly and effectively. I really appreciate that. You need a coach. Somebody that can independently objectively look at what you’re doing and give you advice to make sure you do it right.

Eric Engel
Engel Law Group, P. S.