In recent years, digital marketing has been blowin’ up a storm. Some have thought the surge in digital advertising spelled the end of print, but that’s one theory that hasn’t proven true.1 I do declare print ads still exist and even have advantages.
Print amounts to much more than a hill of beans. You can create print ads in a relatively short amount of time, and often the publication will provide design assistance free with the price of the ad. Digital marketing – especially pay-per-click advertising – requires significantly more manpower to develop the right keywords, bidding strategies, landing page quality scores, and analytics. Try integrating print advertisements with your digital campaigns to make both more effective.
Print sticks around ‘til the cows come home. The shelf life of print publications provides tremendous value. People read magazines in reception areas, homes, and offices for months after publication.
Print is pretty as a peach.Your brand can really shine in print. Using full color and bold images allows for lots of flexibility and makes your brand stand out.
Heavens to Betsy, print is credible.Readers associate the ads they see in print publications with the actual publications themselves. The more people respect the publication, the more they respect the companies advertising in it. This “halo effect” is why more than 80 percent of people trust print ads the most when making a purchase decision.2
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The Annual Meeting & Conference is one of the Bar’s most anticipated events – but we can’t make it happen without your help. There’s still time to become an event sponsor.
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Acting on court orders, doctors removed the feeding tube that was keeping Terri Schiavo alive. She died 13 days later. Her husband and parents clashed over her care for years after she collapsed in 1990 from a cardiac arrest that left her brain deprived of oxygen. Her case sparked an unprecedented legal battle, with Congress, the White House, and federal courts weighing in on her condition. It also shined a spotlight on the need for living wills/advance directives.
National Health Care Decisions Day week is coming up April 16-22. Make sure your clients are prepared with A Gift to Your Family: Planning Ahead for Future Healthcare Needs. These helpful booklets walk clients through the process of putting their wishes in writing and direct them to seek attorney counsel for answers and planning advice. Versions are available in English for Illinois, Minnesota, and Wisconsin. The Wisconsin version also comes in Spanish.
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Combating the Opioid Epidemic – Litigation on Behalf of County Government & More
Indemnification & Hold Harmless Agreements in Real Estate Transactions
An Introduction to Elder Law
Navigating the VA Disability Appeals Process
Wisconsin B Corps - Blending Profit and Purpose
Step-by-Step Estate Planning I
Step-by-Step Estate Planning II
Build Up Your Knowledge Base of Land Use and Development
The Government Lawyers Division and the Administrative and Local Government Law Section are co-producing the Current Issues in Land Use and Development PINNACLE CLE session.
When your clients look to you for counsel on the legalities of land, you’ll be ready with the helpful guidance from this valuable program. It examines the laws governing key housing situations, cell towers, TIFs, homeowners associations, and more. Register today.
Child Advocates: Learn at Lambeau!
Whether you’re a judge, court commissioner, prosecutor, guardian ad litem, agency attorney, or in private practice, this unique program hosted by the Children and Family Law Section has the legal playbook you need. Come out of the huddle with practical advice on hot topics and timely guidance on today’s trends.
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Are you a section member looking to do more for your section? Thinking of joining a section? Running for a board position or serving on a subcommittee are great ways to become more involved.
Section volunteers make an impact on the legal profession and justice system by providing vital services to State Bar members and the public. It’s also a meaningful way to meet and work with fellow attorneys who share your interests, needs, and concerns.
During the next few months, the State Bar’s sections will be asking for board nominees and subcommittee volunteers. Please consider contributing your time and expertise. For questions, contact a section board member.
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