Arnold brings a near decades long resume in the digital marketing space. A serial entrepreneur, Brandon has both owned his own agency and worked for some of the most respected agencies in our industries. He is versed in operations, intake and tactical SEO.
Josh started his legal marketing career nearly a decade ago at Attorney Rankings (now Rankings). As their first SEO team member, he alongside now President Steve Willie and CEO Chris Dreyer started his journey into the field that’d forge his career path into the present day.
Brown has since worked for the largest and most respected legal marketing agencies in the world, including Juris Digital, DRIVE, and Neon Ambition.
He is grateful for the opportunity to learn at these great companies and to have worked side-by-side with the thought leaders who operate them.
“How can we help you?”
Fast food restaurants ask you this and their average order value is around $10. With marketing agencies, their monthly recurring SEO retainer may average $5,000 and lawyers may be lucky to hear this question once a year.
Somewhere, we’ve lost our way.
What happened to asking ourselves, how can we help our clients instead of extracting as much cash as possible from them?
Maybe it’s the money, maybe it’s the stress, maybe it’s doing what everyone else is doing, but ultimately, the onus is on ourselves to look in the mirror, and realize, we need to focus more on helping and doing what’s right.
Attorneys choosing a lawyer SEO expert has become a very costly, confusing and frustrating crap shoot, leaving countless law firms jaded in its wake. It seems like only a small fraction end up satisfied; the rest end up slaughtered. It’s just a matter of how bad the damage is before the revolving door of SEO providers cycles itself over and over again.
This realization and market gap is why we formed Arnold Brown.
Our mission is to take two decades experience and design a solution where attorneys could consult with experts to find the agency they need without having to sift through the bias, positioning and smokescreens agency sales people employ.
After much trial and error, we created the Arnold Brown Firm. We are a unique service completely revolutionary to the industry with one goal in mind: to help.
Frequently Asked Questions
We are always transparent about our relationships.
We collect an industry standard 10% recurring fee for the referral.
“Results Matter” is our mantra, and we strive to align you with an agency partner who will deliver on their promises. This is why we will shadow your campaign, check in with your account manager and do routine pulse checks with you, too, for quality assurance.
The referral fee helps us maintain our business and our mission, but in no way does any particular partner get preferential treatment.
Yes, we absolutely stand by our work. Here’s what we’ll do for you in the unlikely event you are unhappy with your new agency or consultant.
First, we’ll refund a month’s worth of retainer so you have cash on hand to start with a new agency that we either recommend or you choose.
Second, we’ll do another audit of your current situation and provide you with formal recommendations for free.
We want to make sure you are fully satisfied.
Our Core Values
Here To Serve
With humility, we are here to help and serve our clients. We strive to do the right thing at all times. In the end, our goal is to create a better industry, one relationship at a time.
For our awesome team, we aim to provide them with a positive work environment of abundance and to make ourselves open, listening to new ideas from everyone.
We must adhere to timelines set forth by our team and our clients. Also, come armed with solutions for any issues that may arise.
To stay at the forefront of the ever-evolving technology that is legal marketing, it is imperative we continue to learn every day from fellow colleagues and our own internal testing.
To do so, we must remain humble, adaptable and coachable.
Results are the driving force of our business. Never get distracted by what others are measured by, for our barometer is customer satisfaction, and that KPI is governed by case load.