Changing jobs is an important decision and a lot can depend on getting it right. It’s not just about “getting a new job”, it’s about investing in your career development and working towards your long term goals and aspirations.
One of the great things about being a B2B sales professional is being involved in the lifecycle of a solution from its earliest stage, when it is just an idea, through production rollout. In my five years at BA Insight, I have been fortunate enough to be part of many innovative implementations of enterprise search and intranets.
Increasing levels of client interaction on your law firm’s website can be a difficult thing to achieve. Low levels of interaction will generally mean that your website’s bounce rate will be very high. Common reasons for high bounce rates include a lack of structure and not having enough content on your website to progress a visitor's journey.
Martin White joins BA Insight CTO Jeff Fried to unwind the challenges facing the business in supporting increased investment in search and together they offer a set of actions to help you understand where you are in search, and helpful tools to guide your efforts to build the business case to improve it.
The fight to win legal clients has never been more fierce than it is today.The drastic increase in the number of law firms, disruptive new business and pricing models, and changing expectations of clients is putting the pressure on like never before.
When it comes to bids and proposals, most people either love them or loathe them. Regardless of where you fall on the spectrum, there’s no denying that bids can provide the gateway to a fantastic career.
Bids and proposals are an essential part of the business development cycle and fit in nicely with the fundamentals of marketing, as the very nature of developing new business is demonstrated, won and qualified through bids.