NextClient was established in January 2000 with the focus on providing internet marketing services to law firms and the legal industry. Today, we have designed and managed over 1,900 websites nationally.
In early 2000, NextClient developed the Law Practice Newsletter, an attorney website content syndication system and business model that was licensed by and co-branded with LexisNexis Martindale-Hubbell and distributed to over 12,000 law firm websites.
In 2003, NextClient developed Custom WebExpress, a proprietary content management and website deployment product that was used by more than 600 law firms.
In 2008, a subsequent version of Custom WebExpress was licensed by and co-branded with LexisNexis Martindale-Hubbell to provide website solutions for their Expert and Services Division.
Currently, NextClient’s team of attorney writers, project managers, graphic designers and technical provisioning staff provide marketing and creative and technical services as an agency as well as directly to small law firms and other professionals with the goal of providing efficient and economical, best-in-class business products and services.
We look forward to building and managing a better website for your firm.
The NextClient Approach
A Close Collaboration Between the Client and Our Team
While many web development companies use an assembly-line style of production, at NextClient we believe that the finest work comes from close collaboration between the client and the Project Manager – and between the Project Manager and the Production Team. Each of our Project Managers has extensive experience in web development, be it in sales, search engine optimization, or writing custom content, giving us the ability to understand every aspect of your site.
Your Project Manager stays involved throughout the entire process, assigning a designer and writer whose strengths dovetail with your goals, and working directly with them to make sure that the final product accurately captures what makes your firm distinct, has the impact you want it to have, and finally, exceeds your expectations.
More than just a main point of contact, your Project Manager should help you narrow in on exactly how you want your website to look, feel, and function. He or she may also be able to help you identify the market you wish to target, and how best to do so. More than anything else, your Project Manager should oversee the creation of your website, from start to finish.