Shared By: Rated Solicitors
Tuesday 14th January 2014
This Tuesday is not just any other Tuesday. It’s the day that the legal profession and those in search of a solicitor to instruct have been waiting for, with the launch of RatedSolicitors.com.
For those of you who think that’s an exaggeration, please take some time to explore the site for yourself and allow me to explain.
True, it’s by no means the first website of its kind but just because it’s not the first doesn’t mean it’s not the best and most comprehensive.
Apart from blowing the other sites out of the water with its slick and stylish design, it’s also incredibly easy to navigate. Our aim is to make it as simple and straightforward as possible for firms to market themselves and for the general public to find the best rated solicitors online.
Of course, it offers all you’d expect from a ratings and recommendations website but if you dig deeper then you’ll find a host of innovative features. Simply put, we’ve tried to personalise the legal profession. We enable potential customers to select a particular firm or individual solicitor based on the reviews and recommendations of others who have used their services as past clients.
The launch of RatedSolicitors.com also coincides with advice from the Legal Ombudsman that the public should select their lawyer based on word of mouth or personal recommendations.
For firms and solicitors, it gives them every chance to differentiate their business to potential customers. Our aim is to make the legal profession more transparent and more personal.
This includes being able to add previous testimonials, location mapping, ‘meet the team’ (fee earner) profiles, and even the chance to post guest blogs and provide quotations, amongst many other things.
Meanwhile, for those in search of a solicitor – whether it’s a business or a personal requirement – it has everything they could possibly want to know, all within one site.
So as you can see, it’s a match made in heaven where customers and solicitors can come together and get to know each other, before they get ‘to work’ on any legal matters.
I’m sure you’ll also agree that it’s very different from anything else. We’d love to hear what you think about it. Feel free to tweet us @RatedSolicitors.
Dean Morris, solicitor and creator, RatedSolicitors.com
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