Menu
Cubicle Fugitive Scribble

Blog

Authors

May 24, 2017
Posted in Marketing | Branding

Ch-ch-ch-ch-changes: LSUC amends advertising and fee rules

By: Carolyn Thrasher and Alexander Smith

Many changes have been afoot in the legal space with the Law Society of Upper Canada’s (LSUC) new rules on advertising and fee arrangements a...

Author

Jun 15, 2016
Posted in Development | Web | Branding | Marketing

My Nephew Built our Website

By: Kalvin MacLeod

The 7 Deadly Sins of Web Development There are two undisputable truths in this world: One, every business needs a website and two, everybody has, ...

Authors

May 30, 2016
Posted in Web | Marketing

Ten Tips on Creating a Great Legal Blog

By: Morgan MacLeod and Carolyn Thrasher

So you’ve decided to start a blog for your law firm. Or (much like us) you have resolved to restore an existing, yet dormant blog to its form...

Mar 3, 2015

Torkin Manes wins Legal Marketing Association Award for best online presence

We would like to congratulate our client Torkin Manes LLP on winning the Legal Marketing Association Award for best online presence at the LMA Toro...

Author

Jun 28, 2012
Posted in Marketing | Web

Roundup #2

By: Kalvin MacLeod

Just a quick list of the recent launches here at Cubicle Fugitive (and no, our new site is not one of them. Anyone know a good marketing company th...

Author

Apr 4, 2012

March Roundup

By: Kalvin MacLeod

Just a quick update to announce a few recent site launches last month. Insert drumroll if you like, but here they are: Institute of Law Clerks of O...

Jan 24, 2012

Free dog food

They say nothing in this world is free. I beg to differ. When we first got our puppy, we did what every proud new owner does and made the trip to ...

Jan 13, 2012
Posted in Branding

So, what makes a good logo?

Since the dawn of time we have used symbols to communicate. Today we have universal symbols, traffic symbols, web symbols and monkeys with cymbals....

Tags:

Logos

Author

Dec 21, 2011

Humans Unite! CEO vs. SEO

By: Kalvin MacLeod

Originally Published in TLOMA Today's December 2011 Issue. A little while back I wrote an article on what not to do when search engine optimizing a...

Author

Dec 7, 2011

No Movember

By: Kalvin MacLeod

For us it wasn’t Movember, it was November as in No posts in Movember. What a month. Between tradeshows and speaking engagements we managed t...

Author

Oct 17, 2011

Nip and tuck

By: Morgan MacLeod

It’s funny how putting something to print forces you to commit. At the 11th hour last week – right before we sent our trade show creati...

Author

Oct 12, 2011

The whole truth

By: Kalvin MacLeod

So there’s Chris’s version of how we got our scribble and then there is the real truth. Not that everything Chris said isn&rs...

Oct 7, 2011

Eureka!

One day I was driving and thinking (not illegal. Yet.) And then it hit. An idea! A scribble! No? A scribble? Yes. A scribble. A scribble is free. ...

Author

Oct 5, 2011

Why so quiet?

By: Kalvin MacLeod

So things have gone a bit quiet on the ol’ public execution site as of late. We’re currently revamping the technology that powers our s...

Sep 16, 2011

Zebra Unicorns

Some people say I like to stir the pot. If by stirring the pot, they mean trying to get friends to wrestle each other for my amusement or convince ...

Author

Sep 14, 2011

Did you ever have to finally decide?

By: Morgan MacLeod

Determining the best position and strategy for a brand is never easy – especially if it is for your own company. When we work with clients to...

Sep 9, 2011

We are our own worst clients

(TechGuy's Note: This is actually two blog posts smushed into one and it should have been posted a while ago but we were waiting to get some image ...

Sep 8, 2011

Pitter patter...

I didn’t wait for the strategy to be completed. Our chief strategist was busy strategizing. I had some time between other clients, so I jumpe...

Author

Sep 7, 2011

Tell me what you really think

By: Morgan MacLeod

As most entrepreneurs and business owners know, running a company is hectic and exciting but momentum often gets you zigging and zagging so fast th...

Author

Aug 30, 2011

When Cutting Edge Means Drawing Blood

By: Kalvin MacLeod

So we hit a little speed bump. Our little experiment decided to go offline at 8:12pm last night. Coincidentally Microsoft upgraded our SQL server a...

Cubicle Fugitive - Professional Services Marketing -- Simplified
p: 905.635.8067 | tf: 1.800.208.6529
e: info@cubiclefugitive.com
Privacy Policy