LegalRev Moves to NE Alberta!

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View from LegalRev office onto courtyard on Alberta Street in NE PortlandWe are thrilled to announce that we have merged our back office and executive offices to a single location, the Alberta Central building located at 1737 NE Alberta St. Suite 201, Portland, OR 97211, at the beginning of August. Our suite was previously inhabited by growing Portland companies Vacasa and Instrument, and we expect to follow in their footsteps of scalability and success. Our new space features 5,500 square feet of usable area. With 15 employees currently on our staff, we intend to grow our team by over 50% in the next six months (view current openings here). Our lovely building neighbors include Alberta Veterinary Care, Aviary, Barista, Solid Ground Consulting, Umpqua Bank, and the Vibrant Village Foundation.

A New Beginning

2016 marks LegalRev’s 6th year in business. Our new, larger creative office space reflects a shift in the company’s services and offerings. What began as an SEO firm now embodies the look and feel of a full-service marketing agency that values personalized content strategy and meticulous client account management.

In the Digital Heart of Portland

The new office marks a new beginning for LegalRev, putting the company on the map—literally and figuratively—in the heart of Portland’s thriving digital marketing community. Since moving to the new space, our team has reevaluated core company values and we plan on implementing a brand face-lift by the end of this year. Our team of young professionals, led by fearless CEO Darin Fenn and Director of Operations Rachel Schmidt, are pushing the bounds of traditional search engine optimization through ethical, white glove services designed to reconnect their clients to their respective communities.

Committed to Service

LegalRev offers nationwide SEO and digital marketing services to clients throughout the legal industry. For more information on how we can help you grow your business online, contact us at (800) 893-2590.

August 25, 2016