This web slide show contains our most recent collection of market research data about why law firms should not just cruise the Web but use the Web to communicate with and serve their clients and other members of the Web community.
With the number of Web users growing by leaps and bounds, it is only a matter of months until a majority of people in the United States are on the Web.
That's why we say that if law firms don't have a web strategy soon, they're going to be in trouble, missing opportunities they could easily have had if they had just taken advantage of the most powerful medium there is.
Among other things, the slide show also features our seven level hierarchy for classifying web site sophistication and function.
The live presentation also included a demo of how we (sometimes) build a sophisticated web page in thirty seconds, using PLW/PageBuilder (a component of our PLW/SiteBuilder web site generator).
This presentation features version 2.0 of our own web slide engine.
We're still in favor of simplicity of presentation so there are no gizmos in our slideshow. Instead, we have added usability features to make it easier to find just what interests you. First, we added a slide index. We've also added more navigation options on every slide so you have several ways to get around and through the show.
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