One to One Interactive | Practical Marketing Strategies and Solutions
Our agency provides personalized and practical marketing strategies and solutions for lawyers, law firms, medical, and other professional practices.
branding, law firm branding, lawyer biographies, practice area descriptions, law firm marketing, SEO for law firms, AmLaw 100 consulting, legal marketing,


One to One Interactive is a marketing agency based in South Carolina’s Lowcountry. We provide personalized and practical marketing strategies and solutions for some of the busiest people around America: Lawyers, accountants, architects, and doctors.


Whether your business depends on patients, customers, or clients — if you’re running (or in charge of marketing) a professional services organization, we offer personalized and practical marketing strategies and solutions designed to help grow your business.


Here’s a small sampling of recent projects:

  • Rebranding and launch of a new website (Client: NYC-based law firm)
  • Legal notification eBlast sent to 13.1 million consumers (Client: Claims administration firm)
  • Radio, print, and digital advertising; PR, collateral materials, signage, website, and SEO services (Client: Large, regional medical practice)

If you are a lawyer or law firm marketer, we can help you when:

    • Your lawyers’ bios and practice descriptions are woefully out-of-date, boring, or both.
    • It’s time to bring in an SEO consultant and you don’t have time to explain the law firm business to yet another service provider. 
Our process includes copyediting services for key practice areas and attorney bios, along with transparent and ethical SEO techniques and reporting. Our quarterly analyses are brief and written in plain English − perfect for sharing with firm management.
    • It’s budgeting time. 
From estimating costs for a new website, blog, or microsite; a branding initiative‚ or the total cost of ownership for a firmwide CRM implementation. We offer consulting services on an hourly basis and can help you accurately budget next year’s marketing/technology projects.
    • You need help selling-in marketing technology programs to non-technical staff, partners, and C-level executives