If you "Googled" your practice right now, what would you see?

92% of consumers now read online reviews vs. 88% in 2014 40% of consumers form an opinion by reading just one to three reviews vs.29% in 2014 Star rating is the number one factor used by consumers to judge a business 44% say a review must be written within one month to be relevant. 68% say positive reviews make them trust a local business more vs. 72% in 2014 43% of consumers search a business by reviews at least one time per month vs. 38% in 2014 There has been an increase in those that search for a local business every day, up from 7% to 14% 40% of consumers form an opinion by reading one to three reviews, vs.29% in 2014 73% of consumers form an opinion by reading up to six reviews, vs. 64% in 2014 88% of consumers form an opinion by reading up to ten reviews vs.84% in 2014. This means it's important to have a large body of reviews Only 14% of consumers would consider using a business with a one or two star rating 57% of consumers would use a business with a three star rating 94% of consumers would use a business with a four star rating 51% of consumers will select a local business if it has positive reviews 80% trust reviews as much as personal recommendations 48% will visit a company's website after reading positive reviews 88% of online shoppers incorporate reviews into their purchase decision Reviews from experts and celebrity endorsements are less trusted than online reviews 63% of customers are more likely to make a purchase from a site which has user reviews 86% of people will hesitate to purchase from a business that has negative online reviews

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For attorneys, lawyers and law firms, reputation is everything. Attorneys heavily rely on their reputations to attract clients – and for almost any lawyer or attorney, your name is tied directly to your professional identity. This means your reputation, including your online reputation, is linked to your name. And since current or potential clients can search for and review your law practice at any time day or night, that can be a particularly scary thought.

Whether you are a lawyer, attorney or have your own law practice, you always have to be aware of your online reputation. First and foremost, this means keeping track of what past or present clients are saying about your name or law firm online. Second, it means requesting feedback from clients, encouraging them to post that feedback on an online review platform and making sure any positive reviews your law practice receives are highly visible to potential clients.

But who has time for that?

Being a lawyer or attorney is a time-consuming profession, and managing your online reputation is probably not in your wheelhouse… or even something you have time for. This is where myOnlineReputationManager comes in.

With myOnlineReputationManager, you can easily monitor online reviews of your name or law firm, capture feedback and online reviews from your clients and publish the positive reviews online (plus you get to filter out the negative)!

myOnlineReputationManager is a powerful, easy-to-use, 3-in-1 solution that works around the clock to ensure your law practice is covered from all angles. This powerful online reputation management tool for lawyers and attorneys works continuously on behalf of your law firm, so you’ll gain more positive reviews while mitigating negative ones.

Take control of your online reputation and request your free online reputation assessment and see a demo of myOnlineReputationManager. This assessment includes all of your reviews so far as well as your name or law firm’s online reputation score (A-F scoring). To request your free assessment, simply fill out the form below.

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