10 Ways To Increase Client Experience & Satisfaction

Want A Thriving Law Firm? 

The key is to focus on what your client lifecycle looks like, and optimize that lifecycle. Do this and you can increase your client satisfaction. Happier clients = more reviews and referrals. 

Upcoming Webinar

Reserve Your Spot Today

Wednesday, August 21st



Session will be about 60 mins including time for questions.

About the Hosts

Gyi Tsakalakis
Sarah Schaaf


Gyi Tsakalakis is the co-founder and CEO of AttorneySync, a digital marketing agency solely focused on helping plaintiff's attorneys grow their law firms and get more clients online, because that's where clients are looking. As a former medical malpractice attorney, he saw a need in the marketplace for an ethical digital marketing agency. He started AttorneySync with the mentality that digital marketing could be provided without long-term contracts. 

Sarah Schaaf is an attorney, payments expert, and founder and CEO of Headnote. Sarah’s experience with the legal industry has spanned decades, starting with the work she performed at her family’s law firm. Sarah practiced as a litigator prior to taking an in-house role at Google. In 2014 she left Google to begin Headnote with the singular focus of changing the way law firms run the most important (and often most disliked) part of their legal operations – the Accounts Receivable department.  

What if I register but can't make it?

It’s all good. Register and we'll send out a link to the recording.

Can I ask questions?

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Absolutely! Bring your questions and participate during Q&A. We'll leave plenty of time at the end if we see questions rolling in.

In this free, one-hour webinar, Gyi and Sarah will teach you: 

  • Ways to optimize your marketing, intake, and client processing, 

  • Tools that can streamline all of these processes, 

  • How to collect faster and decrease overdue accounts receivables,

  • Ways to leverage automation to track client satisfaction to achieve better firm-wide results.