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For a variety of reasons, many law firms and lawyers struggle to effectively cross-sell or cross-service. This article defines the specific and best actions lawyers and law firms can take to expand client relationships.
It is well-established that it takes much more time, money and effort to get a brand-new client in the door than it does to get more work from an existing client, where a relationship of trust is already established. See, “Don’t Spend 5 Times More Attracting New Customers, Nurture the Existing Ones,” Forbes.com. Yet, for a variety of reasons, many law firms and lawyers struggle to effectively cross-sell or cross-service (defined as expanding the type or amount of work done for any individual client). See, ““Cross-Selling Sucks.” Here Are 18 Reasons Why. (Part 2),” Fishman Marketing. In fact, Michael Rynowecer says “BTI research reveals the typical law firm has only 23% of a client’s work available to them” and “clients often wonder why law firms and lawyers don’t spend more time and effort trying to get more of their business.”
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