ServeNow Teams up with Process Server Associations
With the overall goal of helping associations increase their memberships and generate funds, ServeNow designs and builds a custom website to meet each association partner’s individual needs. The websites are search engine optimized to increase rankings and overall online visibility and include a variety of features to ensure ease of use for end users and administrators alike.
Some of the association website features include:
- Association information
- Member directory
- Advanced member search
- Events calendar
- Event registration
- Member E-commerce sign-ups
- Social media tie-ins
- Association blog
Chad Barger, the president of the California Association of Legal Support Professionals (CALSPro) explains, “Through ServeNow’s expertise, the CALSPro website has a great new look, excellent user interface and an improved web presence that has propelled us to the top!” Barger continued to explain that the partnership has truly exhibited ServeNow’s commitment to the success and promotion of the process serving profession. “CALSPro and ServeNow have made a powerful team,” he notes, “and I look forward to working with them in the future to benefit our members and the profession as a whole.”
Beyond the website, there are many other benefits in being a ServeNow association partner. The Process Servers Association of Colorado (PSACO) President Steve Glenn explains, “Teaming up with ServeNow has helped our association in many ways, more ways than I can really count.” As a younger association, Glenn notes that having experienced professionals to turn to for advice played an important role in helping his association get established. “ServeNow helped us with our website and marketing,” he notes, “but they also offered their facility for meetings when we didn’t have the money to rent one.” Glenn credits the ongoing support from ServeNow as a major influence in his association’s growth, saying, “I don’t believe that we would be what we are today without ServeNow.”
With partnerships also established with the North Carolina Association of Professional Process Servers (NCAPPS), the Georgia Association of Professional Process Servers (GAPPS), and the Mississippi Association of Professional Process Servers (MAPPS), and several more in the works, ServeNow continues to devote their time and resources to promoting association membership within the industry.
“Having active associations is important when it comes to pushing for legislation changes, networking with other professionals and ensuring that the process serving industry remains relevant,” Co-founder Trent Carlyle. “One of the major ways we help associations is through creating a professional online presence that promotes membership and helps these associations increase revenue and member involvement.” Carlyle noted that it’s important for process servers to join their state and national associations and become affiliate members of associations across the country.
ServeNow has been helping process servers get more clients and increase revenue for years and have resources that are readily available to associations. Process server associations that are interesting in a new website, marketing advice or a partnership with should contact ServeNow.
Similar partnership opportunities are available for other legal industries through Lawgical.
ServeNow.com, a subsidiary of LAWgical, is the most widely used source for finding process servers worldwide. ServeNow.com assists lawyers, paralegals, legal assistants and the public in locating local process servers and legal support professionals.
2854 Larimer Street
Denver, CO 80205
As Director of Marketing and Multimedia, Kimberly sets strategy for outreach, distribution, social media, and network growth, and manages multimedia production for the network. She has a Bachelor of Science with a background in design, marketing, production, editorial, and operations and strategy. Kimberly consults with the production, operations, and tech teams on a variety of projects and initiatives. You can follow Kimberly on Twitter at @kimberlyfaber.