Not all solicitors are the same. will be re-launching in 2018 to give consumers a simpler and fresher way to finding and approving legal professionals in their area by using client reviews and data.

The UK’s number one solicitor comparison site, which was founded in 2007, is soon to reach 3 million hits and averages 60k page-views/month. It also won an award for one of the 10 best info sites in 2011.

Founder David Sprake who founded the concept of the site from his bedroom, after losing a considerable sum of money and having a bad experience with a solicitor, now wants to make it simpler for consumers to honestly rate the services they received from legal providers. He also plans to expand these services worldwide, starting with launching a new site in Australia this/next year.

Consumers visit the site for two main purposes; to search for a lawyer in their area using the database that has been built up over the years, or to place a review on a past experience with a solicitor firm. The website also offers useful but limited (as every case is different) information on various subjects such as divorce, immigration and no win no fee cases.

Solicitors can also add themselves to the site by providing details of their firm and adding to the database of past clients. Their profile grows as previous clients leave reviews about their services, regardless of whether they are positive or negative.

The firm can choose whether to allow their business to grow organically and appear first in search queries through positive reviews or they can promote their services through a range of advertising packages. allows solicitors to promote their business via social media links and use banner advertising. It goes without saying that this opportunity enables law firms to raise market awareness and attract more clients.

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