As an attorney, you've spent years and countless resources to be able to help others. Your market is saturated with other attorneys hellbent on reaching your audience. As you drive to work you see their billboards, benches, bus wraps, grocery store lane dividers, and TV ads. When every lawyer in your city is vying for name recognition, how do you stand out in the crowd?
THE OLD WAY
Billboards are a dime a dozen. Actually, depending on your city, they’re between $7,000 to $30,000 per month. They're a staple marketing strategy of Attorneys, but there is something that's even more effective and sharable...and that is video.
We’re out to rewrite the playbook on how ATTORNEYS market themselves. We can only help the boldest attorneys that want to be seen and remembered in their cities. We understand the subtle psychology the world's biggest brands use to reach their audiences. We’re still a secret, but we won't be for long.
In 2023, you NEED a
video funnel strategy
Find out how we create a strategy around
our videos to ensure they succeed.
You've heard the word "funnel" thrown around a lot, but what the heck is a funnel? And why a funnel? And HOW A FUNNEL!? Ahhhhhhh!!!!!!
There, there. Easy now. We got you. Funnels ARE KEY to ensuring your campaign succeeds, but you need an asset creation strategy before you start dumping money into ad spend. Here's how we do it:
Video ads can be hyper-targeted to people who need you, but might not know you exist.
A video campaign using custom-tailored, thoughtful branding cements the repetition that creates positive associations of you to your audience.
We use the same power of science, psychology, and brand aesthetics as billion-dollar companies.
Our ads consistently perform 100% better than the industry standard. That's more eyes, more attention grabbed, and more people contacting your firm when they need help.
WATCH THRU RATE
172+ MILLION MINUTES
For one of our clients, our ads were seen over 4 Million times on YouTube alone, totaling 172,725,838 minutes watched. That's with the option to skip after 5 seconds! Half of the people the ad played for, stayed for the whole video.