[toggle title_open="Results Not Warranted or Guaranteed" title_closed="Translation to English via Google Translate" hide="yes" border="no" style="white" excerpt_length="0" read_more_text="Read More" read_less_text="Read Less" include_excerpt_html="no"]Welcome, good Chinese, a large legal brain. We are the world to practice law firm marketing management and legal authority on how to optimize your law firm, and improve your legal writing skills. Although we have connected people speak Esperanto, Yiddish a little fiddle, and the earlier acquisition of the Latvian legal humor site, we do not attempt to successfully recruit 3 trillion people living in China. Up to now.
We are very pleased to see this unique opportunity. According to our research, with up to 3 trillion farmers, villagers and city folks from all areas of China, which is nearly 6 trillion eyes a day surfing the web eyes. Even accounting for the blind in one eye or the blind in both eyes of people, the brain is still to get all legal advertising page views—if we can get half of one percent of eyes. Do the math and page views a day, about 6 million big. Google a ton more traffic than organic Findlaw. Even more than Cracked.com or Fark. In such a speed, we will vanquish and conquer the lower bar and Pamby charming, seems to be all blawgging attention and reward. Indeed, charming Pamby.
You may ask, what is the big legal brain? Legal counsel brain, the villagers, as the farmers and their cutting-edge legal practice management advice. Our best work, including lawyers and how to improve the profitability of the business purchasing the popular concept of the law Office bar. As we want to tell people, “We think your approach, so you do not have to.” This is a great tag line and capture the essence of us.
I am a big legal brain and purple SuperMayor. As a solo attorney, now is my marketing guru, my suggestions to transcend culture and Chinese farmers and other professionals to provide practical wisdom and advice. Gregory Luce is the people’s real futurist. He thought of things to happen, I want tomorrow. Give us a chance. So, as we like in our Twitter or on Facebook. We will not live up to China.[/toggle]