Thank you to Lawyer.com for sponsoring iPhone J.D. this month. Every day, people use the Internet to try to find a lawyer. Lawyer.com offers a very fast search engine for finding lawyers, and offers users many different ways to find a lawyer. Thanks to its useful listings and its obvious name, Lawyer.com’s traffic has increased ten fold since it launched three years ago, and it has become a great resource for the over 300,000 individuals who visit Lawyer.com every month.
Lawyer.com already has information on 470,000 practicing U.S. lawyers. Indeed, unless you are a brand new attorney, if you search for yourself on Lawyer.com you will probably find that you already have a basic listing. If your practice involves representing individuals and companies who may use the Internet when trying to find a lawyer, you can purchase a premium account on Lawyer.com for only $59 a month. That includes an expanded profile to add information such as your picture and all of your practice areas so that it is easier for potential clients to locate you. Member representatives at Lawyer.com help all Premium Members make the most out of their listings and can also provide advice on best online practices, website reviews, local marketing, etc. To sign up, just find your Lawyer.com listing and click the “Upgrade to a premium listing” link on your page, or click here to create an account. You can sign up at Lawyer.com for no risk because the company offers a 30 day unconditional money back guarantee, plus you can instantly cancel at any time.
It’s worth noting that Lawyer.com is run by some folks who know a thing or two about the Internet. The CEO and President of Lawyer.com are Gerald Gorman and Gary Millin, two Internet pioneers who were behind Mail.com in the second half of the 1990s. See, for example, this article in Forbes back in June of 2000. I’ve enjoyed talking to Gorman — he clearly remains just as interested in the future of technology as he was 20 years ago when the Internet was new to all of us — and I appreciate Lawyer.com’s support of iPhone J.D.