AboutBail.com Team Speaks at Bail USA Conference
DENVER, CO — October 7, 2008 — The AboutBail.com team attended the Bail USA Annual Conference October 5–7, in San Antonio, Texas. In addition to working at the conference, AboutBail.com co-founders Adam Camras and Trent Carlyle were also featured speakers.
Carlyle gave bail agents an introduction to using Bail Engine. Bail Engine is a web-based application that provides bail surety companies and bail agents with the ability to communicate with one another, especially in the transfer bond process.
Camras led a seminar called: Marketing Your Business in Difficult Times. The seminar covered topics such as the importance of professional branding, creative marketing ideas and marketing effectiveness.
“With the business climate changing it is of the utmost importance to keep bail agents up-to-date on how to market their businesses,” said Camras. “We are providing them with tools that will aide their success.”
AboutBail.com has a free marketing resource available to bail agents at: http://www.aboutbail.com/marketing. This is not only an archive of articles written specifically for bail agents, but it also includes tools for marketing effectiveness, and a power point presentation for those who were not able to attend Camras’ presentation.
AboutBail.com is a nationwide directory of bail bond agents, criminal lawyers, investigators, immigration bondsmen, jails, courts and more. AboutBail.com’s comprehensive database of bail agents, and legal professionals provides users with instant access to the help they need. AboutBail.com also offers customized marketing and technology solutions to bail surety companies. To contact AboutBail.com visit http://www.aboutbail.com.
AboutBail.com was created by the same founders of the PInow.com, a worldwide directory of Private Investigators, and ServeNow.com a directory of Professional Process Servers.
The Lawgical team includes MBAs, business professionals with extensive backgrounds in technology, management, traditional media and search engine marketing, educators, and highly creative professionals who understand application development and usability.