MurthyDotCom Ranks #1

The 50 most popular law firm websites in the world was released, on February 14, 2013, with MurthyDotCom topping the list! Compiled by, the press release states:

“ receives more web traffic than any other law firm website. … As expected, ‘biglaw’ dominates Law Web 50 with global firms Pillsbury Winthrop, DLA Piper, Baker & McKenzie, and Norton Rose rounding out the top five. “

The list was based on the traffic ranking of Alexa, reputed reporter of web traffic, which was named in honor of the Library of Alexandria (Egypt), the largest library in the world that opened circa 323-283 BC.

We at MurthyDotCom have a small and dedicated technology team that allows us to offer the immigrant community online services by way of our chat, forum, eNewsletter, teleconferences, podcasts, and blog. We are active on social media. We have built our own, proprietary case-management software, to keep the work moving and pleasurable, and to enable easy access for our clients. We approach our work with passion and our clients with compassion.

Vasant Nayak, Director of Technology at the Murthy Law Firm commented:

“I read a list of marketing and sales rules on a blog once. What stuck with me was the last rule on the list. Basically, it said that you don’t need marketing and sales if your clients are so excited about your product or services that they are compelled to spread the word and sell your company for you. Once I read the last rule, I did forget the rest of the list, because that is what the Murthy Law Firm has achieved. The trick is to never take that for granted and to earn the loyalty of our clients every day.”

It isn’t the first time we’ve heard this. Murthy vs. the Goliaths: The Power of Search at Work was written and originally published by Gord Hotchkiss in 2005. Then, as now, we were pleased with the news. But, if there is a secret to our success, perhaps it is never taking our successes for granted!


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