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Rafi Arbel
Works at Market JD, Inc.
Attended University of Chicago, Booth School of Business
Lives in Chicago
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Email marketing for lawyers may be the most effective and least utilized tool for lawyers. If you’re not using email marketing to regularly communicate, you’re leaving money on the table. Attracting
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Whether your prospective client is a business or consumer, the importance of Internet marketing continues to grow. In the last year, more than 75% of consumers looking for a lawyer used the Internet
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Many lawyers know what a blog is, not enough understand why they should do it. Here are a few reasons.
Not all law-firm marketing strategies are created equal, and every day seems to bring a new “it” system that marketing "experts" claim will boost your traffic and build your practice. While it is
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Chicago Law Firm Marketing - Websites, SEO, Videos, Blogs, Social Media
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  • Market JD, Inc.
    Chicago Law Firm Marketing - Websites, SEO, Videos, Blogs, Social Media, 2009 - present
  • Thomson Reuters
    Sales, 2000 - 2009
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Chicago
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Wilmette - Northbrook
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Internet Marketing for Lawyer. Websites, blogs, SEO, videos, social media, content development
Introduction
I help law firms develop their online marketing presence. Our firm creates websites, does search engine optimization, shoots attorney videos, creates blogs, and sells other products designed to help lawyers attract more clients.

My experience includes six years practicing law and almost a decade of experience helping attorneys become more profitable, more efficient, and better stewards of their business. In addition, I have an MBA from the University of Chicago, graduating with honors
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  • University of Chicago, Booth School of Business
  • Chicago Kent College of Law
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From here we adopted are beloved Goldendoodle, Buddy. Having read the reviews on Google only now, I thought it would be beneficial to add another perspective. We called the owner several times in the week before we drove to Ohio from the northern suburbs of Chicago. He answered all our questions with an authority and knowledge level that made me more comfortable than other breeders I spoke with. We stayed overnight at a local hotel and arrived at the kennel first thing in the morning. We were brought into the kennel in back. Greg (I think that's the owner's name) explained how he purchased the property out of foreclosure and built the kennel himself. There is a room in the middle of the kennel, a meeting area for the pups and prospective buyers to intermingle. We knew the litter we wanted. Greg and his assistants brought one dog after another, each meeting with us for several minutes. All of the dogs were well groomed (and adorable). Of the four or five we looked at, one spent more time with my three boys than the others. Greg said, "That's your dog." He was pretty sure of it. Turns out that's the one we purchased. We are thrilled with Buddy, he's the best family dog we could ask for. My middle son calls him a GMD--genetically modified dog--because he's perfect in so many ways. Eagle Cross boasts that they breed first and foremost for temperament; it is a claim that certainly holds true for our dog. He is an unbelievable family dog. Very mild mannered, GREAT with all our boys (including the now seven year old), and not too food crazed. Socially, however, he is a little behind. He is scared of strangers (he's only nine months old), but hopefully over time that will get better. He plays with other dogs, but it doesn't come naturally to him. He's trying to figure it out. He doesn't particularly want to go outside unless we go out with him. Health-wise, we've had no problems. It is impossible for any breeder to guarantee that all dogs will be healthy. Much as they'd like, breeders can't control all aspects of every dog. He did mention that he stopped breeding Goldens because they were too inbred. The only real complaint is that Greg pushed us through too quickly (though my wife didn't feel that way). The transaction felt cold, like we were buying a new oil filter. I had to ask several times to see the parents who were caged outside in back (he finally did let me see them; they were beauties). While I didn't get a warm, fuzzy feeling from Greg, he did breed and help us pick a wonderful pet we're very happy to have as part of our family.
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reviewed 2 months ago
Clean, courteous staff, horrible breakfast. All simple carbs. Refined sugar, white flour, cheap garbage. Would stay again, just not eat there.
Public - 6 months ago
reviewed 6 months ago
Great service, honest people. I'm driving four suburbs over today to get more work done on a second car.
Public - 4 years ago
reviewed 4 years ago
Dr. Abt has been our family dentist for at least 20 years. He is a professor of dentistry, continues to study academic dentistry, while still maintaining a large practice. I trust Dr. Abt and have referred may friends to him over the years.
Public - 6 years ago
reviewed 6 years ago
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Salty, overpriced. Not worth the money. We asked them if they had chips and salsa--twice--when we were first seated as our middle son was starving. The said no, only guacamole. Sure enough with the guacamole they brought out salsa. It was an obvious ploy for a larger bill. The food was ok, but nothing special and certainly not worth the money.
Public - a year ago
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