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Avvo reviews: How attorneys can win 4.5x more clients

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97 percent of all attorneys in the U.S. rely on Avvo reviews and listings. 

They’re a major player in the legal industry when it comes to online reviews; more than 8 million visitors turn to Avvo each month seeking advice, connections to a competent attorney and more.

Some attorneys aren’t pleased.

As you’ll soon see, Avvo comes with its own unique blend of challenges. While this is a deal-breaker for many, it doesn’t have to be a deal-breaker for you. By layering Avvo’s products and services with other business development tools, you can 4.5x the number of leads and clients you’re to attract. 

Today we’ll cover:

Why Avvo is important to your law firm or practice

Your prospective clients are there. According to a recent interview in BizJournals.com, Avvo estimates it generates $8 billion + in revenue for lawyers and law firms each year.

How’s that possible?

A recent survey from SoftwareAdvice.com explains:

  • The vast majority of clients (83%) rely on review platforms as an initial first step.
  • What’s also surprising is the fact that 9% of clients use reviews to evaluate an attorney they've already retained.
  • 8% of these attorneys use reviews to validate an attorney they've tentatively selected before their consultation.
  • 48% of survey respondents listed service quality as the most important factor, something they search for in online reviews.
  • Low income, rural clients are the least likely to use review sites. According to the research, clients in these demographics are unable to pay for legal services.
  • Affluent clients, those making $50,000 per year or more, are also less likely to use review sites. Affluent clients may already have an attorney or firm, or they rely on direct, peer-to-peer recommendations from other affluent people.
  • Approximately 40% of clients focus on overall ratings.

Some of this makes sense.

What isn’t all that clear is the “quality of service” distinction. When we use the phrase “quality of service,” what does that mean? According to the survey, we can distill “quality of service” into five distinct subcategories.

  1. How well options are explained (to the client)
  2. Win/loss record
  3. Attorney/firm professionalism
  4. Attorney listening skills
  5. How quickly cases are settled

Are these details really all that important to clients? 

Absolutely.

“A whopping 70% of respondents in our sample said they would consider going to an attorney in an inconvenient part of town if he or she had better online reviews than one closer to home. This certainly speaks to the importance of positive reviews in attracting new clients.”

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This isn’t absolute.

The select portion of clients in all income brackets rely on online reviews.

reviews by income

Affluent clients tend to rely on direct connections, personal recommendations or existing relationships. Still, they’re willing to rely on reviews in the absence of established networks. This brings us to another important question.

Who visits Avvo?

Avvo has 14.4 million searchable legal questions and answers. They receive more than 8 million visitors per mo. (100 million+ visitors annually). According to their website, “every 5 seconds, someone receives free legal guidance on Avvo.” 

It’s no surprise then that more than 300,000 attorneys rely on Avvo’s services.

What about their users?

According to a Quantcast survey, Avvo’s users are typically US residents in the 18 – 49 age bracket. Over 60 percent of these users make at least $60K per year. 

Their users are broken down into two key segments:

1. Emergency legal action required2. Legal help needed in the near future
Client needs an attorney immediatelyA client has a legal matter that will require an attorney
Likely has never been in trouble before (1st offense)Has time to select a lawyer, up to a few weeks
Unwilling/embarrassed to ask friends for a referralDoesn't have first-hand experience with legal issue(s)
Doesn't have a lot of experience with attorneysPrefers to rely on an attorney for guidance
Want an attorney who inspires trust/confidenceWants an attorney who has successfully handled similar cases
Wants an attorney who will take controlWants an attorney who will take control

It’s panic or preparation.

These are the scenarios your prospective clients, Avvo users, will arrive with. It makes sense then that your approach, via your profile, needs to be tailored around these two mindsets. It’s also important to note that one practice area may be slanted towards a particular mindset more than another.

How Avvo compares to other review platforms

When it comes to reviews, the big three are still dominant. Google, Yelp and Facebook generate a significant amount of volume.

AvvoYelpFacebookGoogle
# of Reviews?177M795.3M57.5% of all reviews
Global rank9,54116131
Total visits100M +137.63M23.83B77.05B
Pages per visit2.277.5210.558.45
Bounce rate70.01%52.57%31.44%29.83%
Traffic sourceSearch (87%)Search (75.81%)Direct (80.17%)Direct (94.98%)

Why focus on Avvo then? 

With these kinds of numbers, it seems reasonable to conclude that Avvo would be a small fry. After all, it’s really about volume, isn’t it? 

Not at all. 

It’s actually about quality and quantity. You need both. But why?

  • Quality produces a higher caliber of client; good quality clients are more trusting. They're willing to invest in you and your firm. They tend to have a long-term mindset.
  • Quantity. Volume eliminates your fear of losing the business. You're able to say no to prospective clients who are eager to take but are unwilling to give. Quantity acts as a protective mechanism, a buffer against abuse.

High-volume platforms like Yelp, Facebook and Google provide you with quantity. These high-traffic platforms enable you to build a strong review portfolio that helps to dominate search results. These platforms are highly visible across a wide variety of search queries and keywords in Google.

Avvo is different.

With Avvo, you’re able to attract a more discerning client. These clients have more income and are highly educated and aware of the need they have. This isn’t simply a “make the problem go away” approach. They may have an emergency, but they’re more attentive and focused on solving the problem in its entirety. 

So the big three are bad then?

Not at all. Attorneys need both, the volume that comes with high-volume platforms like Yelp, Facebook and Google, as well as the specialized, hyper-focused, user base from specific platforms like Avvo.

What does this mean then? 

As an attorney, which KPIs matter most on Avvo?

What your goals should be on Avvo

Here’s a shortlist of the business goals attorneys and law firms can achieve on Avvo’s platform.

  • Online visits: Visits from your Avvo profile to your website, landing page or social media profile. If you're looking to generate leads and win clients with these online visits, you'll need to ensure there's a significant amount of relevance between your Avvo profile and the landing page prospective clients arrive on.
  • Phone calls: Clients who are interested in speaking with someone in your firm directly. This is a sophisticated move, as clients often treat this as an addition of sorts. Clients use a discrete phone call to evaluate your firm's communication and rapport building skills. These clients rely on the "how you sell me is how you'll serve me" axiom to disqualify poor performers.
  • Leads: Contact information from a qualified prospect – someone who's interested, willing and able to retain your services. It's important to disqualify prospective clients as much as you can as clients aren't created equal. Experienced attorneys and law firms understand the business development process is essentially a mutual interview.
  • Sales: Revenue derived from your services. You provide customers with the outcomes they're looking for in exchange for money. A strong review portfolio directly correlates to increased sales and revenue.

These goals are the basics, right?

Yes, but they’re more difficult to achieve due to the constraints placed on attorneys. I’m talking about the Model Rules of Professional Conduct, specifically Rules 7.1 through 7.5. 

What about reviews?

  • There can be no quid pro quo for the revised review
  • The lawyer may not solicit, encourage, or assist in the posting of fake, false, or misleading reviews
  • The lawyer may not threaten, bully, or harass the client to provide a positive 4- or 5-star review

These common sense rules seem incredibly obvious. What’s not obvious is how you set yourself up on Avvo.

Claiming or creating your profile on Avvo

At the beginning of this post, I mentioned that 97% of all attorneys in the U.S. are on Avvo. This means there’s a very good chance that you’re already listed on Avvo. Avvo, unlike other review platforms, requires a bit of upfront preparation.

First things first, begin with reviews. 

You’ll want to reach out to 5 to 10 clients who are willing to leave a review on your behalf. You’ll need a minimum of five reviews before your aggregate reviews show up in Google search results. If you’re using review management platforms like Grade.us, you can send clients a review request automatically. Next, let’s take a look at how you claim your profile. 

1. Visit Avvo.com/for-lawyers

2. Enter your first and last name, city, state and ZIP Code then click “find your profile.

avvo claim listing signup form

3. Click “claim profile” to select the profile that best matches the information you’ve submitted.

searching for lawyer avvo

4. Click the checkbox to accept Avvo’s terms of use and privacy policy. Then, click “continue.

claim avvo profile

5. Choose a verification method, Avvo offers three or four methods including verification via phone, LinkedIn or Facebook.

ways to claim avvo profile identification

6. Once you have selected a method, follow the prompts to verify your identity.

claim avvo profile by phone

7. Once you complete the process, you’ll be asked to Sign-In.

You can also fill out this form to be added to Avvo’s online directory and search results. Once you’ve signed in, you want to make sure that you take the time to complete your profile. Avvo will provide you with a prompt, providing you with the details you need to complete your profile.

avvo profile attributes

With other review platforms, it’s easy to blow this off, to finish things at a later date. Whatever you do, don’t do that here. Why you ask? 

It’s all about your rating. 

Avvo has a rating system that used to evaluate attorneys on an individual basis. It’s a 1 through 10 rating system.

1.0 – 1.9 = Extreme caution

2.0 – 2.9 = Strong caution

3.0 – 3.9 = Caution

4.0 – 4.9 = Concern

5.0 – 5.9 = Average

6.0 – 6.9 = Good

7.0 – 7.9 = Very good

8.0 – 8.9 = Excellent

9.0 – 10.0 = superb

This rating system is based on the data provided in an attorney’s profile. The more data you provide in your profile, the better your rankings will be. At first glance, this seems like a cause for alarm. What if your Avvo profile is unclaimed or filled with incorrect information? 

Wouldn’t that affect your profile negatively?

Here’s how Avvo answers this objection directly:

“Any information that affects the Avvo Rating is visible in an attorney’s profile. Avvo does not provide a numerical rating for profiles that have not been claimed by that attorney.

Attorneys always have the opportunity to add information to their profiles, and those attorneys who claim their profiles and provide Avvo with more information tend to have a higher rating than those who do not. 

Keep in mind that these ratings speak to a lawyer’s background, but do not evaluate their knowledge of the law, past performance on individual cases, personality, or communication skills. These are elements that the Avvo Rating cannot evaluate, but can be better described in the client reviews and peer endorsements found on an attorney’s profile.”

What does this mean?

You’ll want to get your profile completeness to 95 percent. This means you’ll need to…

Provide Avvo with the following information
About meAssociationsAvvo rating badge
AwardsCasesClient ratings
Contact informationEducationFees and payments
HeadshotLicensesLanguages
MediaPractice areasPublications
Speaking engagementsWork experiencePeer endorsements

The more detailed your profile, the better your ratings will be. The unspoken theme here is that you’ll want to provide Avvo with legitimate information. It’s unwise to add another language to your profile if you only speak one language. If you haven’t won any awards, don’t make anything up. 

Again, all common sense. 

Still not convinced about the importance of the completed Avvo profile? Here’s another important reason.

avvo listings filters

When prospective clients search for an attorney in your area, Avvo asks them if they’d like to filter their search results. As you can see from the image above, clients can filter attorneys by:

  • Reviews
  • Lawyers with (free consultation, no misconduct)
  • Licensed for (0-2 years all the way to 10+ years)
  • Avvo rating (e.g., 1 - 10)
  • Other languages spoken

The more criteria you meet in your profile, the easier it is for prospective clients to find you. This means a completed profile improves your perceived reputation, producing more traffic, leads and clients for your law firm.

Is there a way to get more?

Optimizing your Avvo profile

There are quite a few attorneys who feel Avvo is not a worthwhile endeavor. Other attorneys believe Avvo is the best business development investment they’ve made for their law firm. Why are the results hit or miss for so many attorneys, and more importantly, how can you maximize value from your Avvo profile?

It’s simple, create layers.

Your Avvo profile works best when it’s part of a cohesive strategy. 

What does that mean?

Review platforms can be used in one of three ways.

1. Attraction. A superb profile attracts a disproportionate amount of traffic, leads and clients from Avvo. The more attractive your profile the better your return on investment. If you’re looking to attract more leads, it makes sense to optimize your profile, pay for advertising on Avvo, and promote your reviews aggressively.

2. Conversion. Reviews act as persuaders. They convince prospective clients, who are on the fence, to buy into your service. It’s a form of social proof that boosts your credibility and authority in the marketplace. Attorneys who are focused on using their Avvo profile as a conversion tool are better off optimizing their profile and aggressively pursuing client reviews.

3. Consumption. Reviews, when used appropriately, motivate existing clients to spend more with your firm. The keyword is appropriately. Attorneys focused on increased consumption should optimize their profile, initially pursue a moderate amount of client reviews, then promote those reviews to existing clients using remarketing ad campaigns on Facebook, Google and third-party display networks.

How you use your profile on Avvo determines the kind of returns you’ll achieve. You can use your profile to achieve any one of these goals. You can pursue all three, but it needs to be a conscious decision that’s made on your part.

This is where most attorneys struggle.

They approach their Avvo profile in a haphazard fashion, ensuring that any results they achieve are accidental. This usually means they’re going to lose money.

So how do you do it? 

How do you optimize your review portfolio on Avvo? 

1. Complete your Avvo profile. We’ve already covered this in detail, so I won’t rehash that here.

2. Build a strong review portfolio. Using review management software, work consistently to build a strong review portfolio across a variety of sites, including Avvo. Make it a habit to ask clients to write reviews for your law firm once you’ve completed the engagement.

3. Answer three to five Q&A questions daily. Have your assistant monitor Q&A questions in your practice areas. Record a detailed answer, using your smartphone or a voice recorder, to the questions provided. Then transcribe them using your assistant or a third-party tool like Dragon Naturally Speaking.

4. Write legal guides for Avvo. Legal guides are a collection of attorney authored articles. These articles demonstrate proficiency in your practice areas, boosting client trust, law firm credibility and credibility. These legal guides provide you with contributor points, more exposure on Avvo, and a stronger search presence in Google and Bing.

5. Create guest content. This includes guest posting (+100 contributor points) or guest hosting a webinar (+1,000 contributor points) for Avvo. While your contributor points don’t affect your Avvo rating, they do have a dramatic impact on your rank on the leaderboard. The better your rank, the easier it is for clients to find you on Avvo. Here’s why this is so helpful. You can syndicate this content, with permission, across a variety of other sites (i.e., Above the Law, Lawyerist, LinkedIn, etc.). This raises your profile, authority and credibility

6. Syndicate your answers to these questions across other Q&A sites (e.g., Quora, Reddit, Law Stack Exchange, and other forum or Q&A sites). While you’re on these other forum and Q&A sites, answer any new questions you come across.

7. Create a strong signature that you leave behind, along with your name, at the end of each of your answers. If it’s allowed (via rules or etiquette – it’s not allowed on Avvo), you can leave a link as well. This link should go to a specific lead magnet or helpful download that’s relevant to the forum or topic in question (i.e., a homebuyer’s checklist for real estate practice areas).

8. Create a strong lead magnet. This lead magnet should be available on your website, on its own landing page. A helpful lead magnet could be a helpful quiz, checklist, short guide or article. You provide clients with a helpful lead magnet in exchange for their name, email address, and/or phone number.

9. Purchase ads on Avvo. Avvo advertisers receive 70x more contacts than non-advertisers. Avvo provides two advertising products. Sponsored listings and display ads. If you’re going to do this, you want to make sure that you’re serious about it as you’ll probably be contacted by an inside sales rep.

10. Purchase remarketing ads on a third-party platform, e.g., Bing, Facebook, LinkedIn or other second and third-tier advertising providers to follow up with prospects who have visited your website. Share outstanding four and five-star reviews from happy and satisfied clients, as ads, to lure these prospects back.

See what I mean? 

This is a layered strategy attorneys can use to attract a disproportionate amount of the traffic, leads and clients available on Avvo.

Requesting, tracking and responding to Avvo reviews

If you’re not using a review management platform like Grade.us or GatherUp, you can still request a review on Avvo directly. Here’s an official video showing you how to do it.

Avvo has checks and balances in place to manage online reviews. Unlike other review platforms, where anyone can leave a review, Avvo has requirements. Here’s how they explain it. 

“Avvo provides an open forum for people to leave feedback for attorneys they have hired, consulted, or contacted. But we have checks in place to maintain the quality and validity of reviews. We require users to register before submitting a review, we read every review before it is posted, and we rely on the Avvo community to let us know if a review seems suspicious or incorrect. If you are concerned that a particular review may be incorrect, please contact Customer Care.” 

The good news about reviews?

Your review portfolio does not affect your overall review rating on Avvo. Here’s their official response.

“Reviews do not affect the Avvo Rating. While endorsements from peers are a form of industry recognition – like to being asked to speak at a professional seminar or publishing an article – input from clients is very different. It may reflect positively or negatively on a professional, and may include comments that are more reflective of approach than ability. As people often find other feedback to be valuable, we have chosen to include reviews in a stand-alone section in each lawyer’s profile, but not have those reviews impact the Avvo Rating.”

Another fantastic aspect of Avvo is review arbitration. When you receive the inevitable review, Avvo provides you with some form of recourse to address the issues in question. There are two ways you can approach a negative review on Avvo. 

1. “Post a response to the review. There is a link at the bottom of each review for you to post a response. Your comment will be displayed immediately below the disputed review, and the most effective responses to negative feedback online can be a simple comment. This also sends a powerful message to potential clients about your professionalism and interest in feedback. Rather than arguing the substance of what the reviewer wrote, try something along the lines of: “We’re sorry you had a bad experience with our firm. This matter does not sound familiar, and we strive for the utmost client satisfaction in every case. Please contact me directly to discuss your specific concerns.””

2. “Request that the review be put through our dispute process. If you believe the review has not come from an actual or potential client of yours, we will contact the reviewer and ask them to confirm that they were in fact a real or potential client, and give them the option to edit or delete the review. During the dispute, the review will not appear on your profile. If the reviewer responds and confirms the review, it will be reposted to your profile with any changes specified by the reviewer.”

This response is more than attorneys get from other review platforms, which is saying something. Avvo notifies you of incoming reviews, enables you to respond to reviews if they’re negative or contact customer care to dispute them if they’re unfair or illegitimate. 

It’s fantastic, until you realize you’re not sure how to contact Avvo.

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Your Avvo point-of-contact

Avvo is quite helpful in this area. You won’t receive a dedicated rep but that doesn’t mean they’re difficult to get a hold of someone when you need assistance. Here’s a list of contact details you can use to get in touch with Avvo when you need to.

1. Via their request form

2. Sending an email to CustomerCare@Avvo.com

3. Via Twitter, Facebook or Messenger

4. Via live chat Support.Avvo.com

5. Or via phone (206)734-4111

All in all, Avvo offers attorneys a variety of methods to get in touch should they need help.

Goal tracking via Avvo

Avvo offers conversion tracking as part of their premium product. This enables attorneys to see who contacts you via phone, email or your website. It’s strongly recommended that you use this in tandem with a third-party tool like Google analytics. 

Here’s the problem.

Avvo uses SSL certificates. This is great because the website is more secure, but it’s rough, because it’s difficult to get important tracking information.

No problem. 

You can use Google’s URL builder to add a tracking parameter to each of the URLs in your Avvo profile. Here’s how you do it. Simply add “?utm_source=avvo&utm_medium=referral&utm_campaign=avvo_click” to the end of your URLs. Doing this will ensure Avvo referrals to your website appear in Google analytics.

You can also use Google’s URL builder to set this up yourself.

Advertising on Avvo

With Avvo, advertising is straightforward. They offer several advertising and marketing products for attorneys.

Avvo premium 

Avvo premium provides attorneys with additional benefits for a monthly fee. Attorneys profiles receive:

  • No ads: Competitive ads are removed from your profile page.
  • Improved contact capability: Attorneys can display their contact information in search results and on their profile.
  • Enhanced visibility: Your profile is prioritized in Avvo search results, so you appear first, before other attorneys.
  • Conversion tracking: You can see who contacts you via phone, email or your website.
  • Spotlight reviews: Select your best reviews and promote them at the top of your page.
  • Personalize headline: Write your own headline at the top of your profile.

Avvo advertising

Avvo advertising is offered via sponsored listings and display ads. Avvo advertisers attract 70x more contacts than non-advertisers. 

1 = Sponsored listings

2 = Display ad

With Avvo, attorneys can target advertising based on practice area and location. Avvo provides detailed reporting showing you how your ads and listings are performing. There are no long-term contracts and no setup fees involved.

Avvo websites

Avvo provides attorneys with a website that includes templates, hosting, SSL certificates, support and more. This requires a 12 mo. commitment, but it is a helpful first start for attorneys who are looking for an inexpensive way to get started. However, it’s probably a better idea to point your Avvo profile to a website that’s separate from Avvo.

What about their policies?

Here’s some information on their community guidelines, which are found here.

Play nice 

Inappropriate content:  While Avvo maintains a relatively open forum, this is a professional site devoted to professional services.  So please, while a certain amount of passion, colorful language and even hyperbole is permissible, do not engage in name-calling, threats, general rudeness or putting down of others, harassment, lewdness, or displays of bigotry.

Questions: Please ask questions directly related to your legal concern. The best questions are brief and to the point. Do not post spam or irrelevant content.   

Answers: Answering questions is a great way to help people get oriented toward solving their legal problems, and to display your legal acumen. But remember: quality is better than quantity, and those asking questions aren’t looking for a sales pitch.

  • Do not simply post the statement "I Agree" in the answers and comments without any other information. We have an "I Agree" button that can be used.
  • Avoid writing "Hire an Attorney" as your sole answer to a question. We understand that this may be the right answer for that particular question, but readers benefit from elaboration: explain WHY hiring an attorney is important in this case.
  • Similarly, do not invite those asking questions to contact you directly, and do not add contact information or links to your website in answers or answer disclaimers. The content of your answers should always remain non-commercial in tone. While you are free to refer the asker to another reputable attorney, we ask that you do not solicit yourself or other attorneys in your office/firm.

Reviews:  All reviews are moderated by Avvo prior to being posted.  Reviews are most useful to others when they include specific details of your experience.

  • We are looking for your personal experience with the lawyer you hired or had a consultation with outside of Avvo. Reviews relating what you’ve heard from someone else are not helpful. Again, the most valuable information for other consumers is the specifics of what delighted or frustrated you about your experience.
  • Be factually accurate. While you are free to express your opinion, it is important to not exaggerate or misrepresent your experience. Avvo doesn’t verify or investigate reviews, and we don't take sides when it comes to factual disputes – so we expect you to stand behind your review.
  • Reviews that include accusations of criminal activity or unethical behavior must include some specific factual details. And the more serious the accusation, the more specific you need to be about what was done wrong.
  • We will not post reviews that appear to have been left for attorneys with whom you did not consult with outside of Avvo for your own representation. Although it may be tempting to leave a review for the attorney who was on the “other side” of a matter from you, or was representing a spouse or family member, remember: all attorneys have a duty of zealous advocacy to their clients, and you would want that if they were representing you. Please only review YOUR attorney that was representing YOU.
  • Some situations involve a person paying an attorney's fee without being in a typical attorney-client relationship. Reviews are permitted in such cases where the payor and the client have aligned interests - for example, a parent paying for the representation of a minor child. However, reviews are not permitted where payor and client interests are not aligned, or the attorney is performing the role of a neutral. This most commonly comes up in probate, mediation, arbitration and guardianship matters.

To the public: Safety first

When posting questions, reviews or comments, don’t give out personal information such as home or email addresses, telephone numbers, credit card numbers, social security numbers, passwords, etc. You may contact professionals directly from email links or phone numbers displayed on their profiles and then exchange personal contact information. 

To professionals: Self promotion

We encourage you to share information about your business or practice with the Avvo community; however, we ask that you do this in your profile or through our Advertising Solutions. Please do not directly solicit clients as part of an answer, disclaimer, guide, or peer endorsement. Examples of direct solicitations are language such as “call me, contact me, go to my website for further information, etc.” While you are free to refer the asker to another reputable attorney, we ask that you do not solicit yourself or other attorneys in your office/firm.  Similarly, do not add contact information or links to your website in answers or answer disclaimers. Such information will be removed. A link to your profile is displayed next to each of your postings, so contact information is already available to readers who wish to contact you. 

Originality counts

Think before you post and stay on topic. Answers that don’t specifically address their questions will be removed, so think twice about copying and pasting the same answer to multiple questions. Additionally, guides with a substantial amount of content that you did not author will be taken down.

Terms

We appreciate your compliance with these guidelines. While we are devoted to free speech, we reserve the right to remove any content that does not respect these guidelines or that detracts significantly from our users’ experience. Failure to comply with any of these guidelines may also result in the temporary or permanent loss of posting privileges.

Avvo reviews are a must-have for attorneys

Their platform comes with its own unique blend of challenges, but this doesn’t have to be a deal-breaker for you. By layering Avvo’s products and services with the other business development tools in your toolkit, you can 4.5x the number of leads and clients you’re to attract.

97 percent of attorneys use Avvo.

Only a small minority of attorneys are achieving the kind of abundant returns they deserve. You can achieve that and more. With consistent effort and a clear plan of action, you have everything you need to squeeze maximum value from your Avvo profile.

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