Friday, October 1, 2010

Dustin Ruge Will Be Speaking At the Rainmaker Retreat October 8 & 9th

Dustin Ruge will be speaking on Search Engine Marketing (SEM) at the Rainmaker Institute’s Rainmaker Retreat on October 8-9th at the New Jersey Law Center in New Brunswick, NJ.

Schedule of events:

Friday 8:00-5:00pm
(Registration at 8:00)
Saturday 8-2pm (Breakfast 7:30)

New Jersey Law Center
One Constitution Square
New Brunswick, NJ 08901

For more information or to sign-up please go to:

The Rainmaker Institute has helped over 7,000 attorneys from hundreds of law firms generate more and better referrals and fill their practice. Combining your Internet presence with their cutting edge legal marketing strategies and proven steps will help you take the guesswork out of creating a financially and personally satisfying law firm.

If you would like to discover how to develop a comprehensive marketing plan that you can successfully implement, then I encourage you to attend an upcoming Rainmaker Retreat.

The Rainmaker Retreat is a 2-day law firm marketing boot camp for small and solo law firms. FindLaw has partnered with The Rainmaker Institute and will be presenting at their upcoming event in New Brunswick NJ on October 8-9.

If you are a FindLaw Customer, you are eligible for an exclusive discount of $300 off the regular registration fee. We hope that you will be able to join us.

More information is available at Please use the discount code FINDLAWNJ when checking out. For a sneak preview and to gain a few current marketing tips, please join one of The Rainmaker Institute's upcoming complimentary weekly teleseminars:


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