Natalie Waddell, founder of LawyerLocate.ca Inc. has launched her blog Discover Canadian Lawyers. Natalie uses her blog, Discover Canadian Lawyers to share her knowledge on legal marketing, especially as it relates to the Internet’s growing effect on the legal client development landscape. Natalie Waddell started LawyerLocate.ca Inc. in 2002 in order to provide a cost-effective online marketing venue for Canadian lawyers. Natalie has more than 20 years business experience, including ecommerce strategic planning, search engine optimization and website promotion.
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