Attorney software leader Repsight announces new integrations

SIOUX FALLS, SD – 10-25-2018 (PRDistribution.com) — Attorney review generation specialist Repsight.com announced today that it has added several integrations allowing attorneys to develop reviews across 6 new sites. In addition to generating reviews on Google, Facebook, Avvo, and Yelp, reviews can now be garnered for Findlaw, Yellow Pages, Better Business Bureau, Attornify, Lawyers.com, and Martindale.com.

Repsight also announced new integrations with Clio and Practice Panther, two of the leading cloud-based legal practice management tools. When an attorney closes a matter in Clio or Practice Panther, a review request is automatically generated for the attorney’s client. This ultimately drives more high scoring reviews online, which in turn can bring in additional clients and higher search rankings.

“Repsight has always been focused on helping attorneys, and these new integrations make it simple for our clients to generate more five-star reviews, not only on traditional Google and Facebook pages but across a wide variety of legal ranking sites.”
— Chez Tschetter, Repsight.com Founder

About Repsight.com

Repsight.com is an attorney online review generation service, providing a simple and inexpensive way to add clients through more high scoring reviews online. Repsight.com serves large and small practices in 36 states across the U.S.

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