Bankruptcy News Briefs- 10/03

The midweek bankruptcy headlines read…

New report details extent of how student loan debt weighs on prospective home buyers

Tips from one of the first public servants to get their student loans erased

Student Loan Debt a Homeownership Barrier for Women and Millennials

Report Shows Profile of Borrowers Who are Likely to Default on Student Loan Debt

College students work more than they study, survey shows

Audit on Student Loan Forgiveness Shows Barely Anyone Is Forgiven

Lawmaker Questions Watchdog’s Ability to Monitor Bankruptcy Disclosures

Waters bill would reverse Mulvaney’s deregulatory efforts at CFPB

REGISTER FOR NACBA’S WEBINAR HAPPENING TOMORROW!

How to Get a Great Return On Investment from Your Law Firm’s Marketing Efforts
Tips, Tricks & Little Known Tools in Using Acrobat Efficiently
Date: October 4, 2018
Time: 1:00 PM to 2:00 PM EASTERN
Cost: No Cost – Member Benefit Webinar
Presenter: Stephen Fairley

Register HERE

Attorney advertising is a multi-billion dollar industry. Yet every year law firms waste millions of dollars on ineffective marketing. Why? Because they enjoy losing money? Of course not! They do it because they don’t know how to set up the systems to track their marketing efforts or they don’t know how to interpret the data that is shown to them.

If you are currently investing any money in marketing your law firm or are thinking of jumping into the fray hoping to find new ways to get more leads than you absolutely cannot afford to miss this riveting webinar.

You will discover:

  • The 5 biggest mistakes attorneys make in their marketing and advertising
  • 3 simple steps to track every lead that comes into your law firm
  • Training your staff to use the Rainmaker Lead Tracking Sheet
  • Measuring the metrics of your marketing efforts
  • Making sense of the data and how to make wise decisions
  • A good rule of thumb when it comes to ROI
  • The formula for measuring Marketing Return On Investment
  • How to identify your “marketing money losers” and when to cut the cord
  • Setting realistic expectations from new marketing efforts

 

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One comment

  1. 6 out of 8 stories today are on Student Loans. I’m starting to think that YOU have excessive student loans that keep you up at night.

    Week after week of student loan stories is driving me crazy. How about ONE story on the absurdly expensive tuition rates or the money hungry professors and administers at these billion dollar university systems that have multi-million dollar sports teams to support!!!

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