AutoPedia® Lemon Lawyer Listing Application

AutoPedia® - The Automotive Encyclopedia was the first online encyclopedia and unquestionably the world's most trusted independent consumer lemon law reference source. Recommended by Consumer World, the American Bar Association, AAA, The New York Times, ABC News, McGraw-Hill Glencoe Online Education (Chapter 9), MSNBC, CNN, US Federal Consumer Information Center, the Judge Advocate General's Corps, and consumer reporters on radio and television. AutoPedia® has won awards and recognition going back to the very beginning of the Internet as we know it today - and is referenced in over 100 books, including consumer handbooks, legal reference books, automotive buyers guides, and college textbooks. AutoPedia® is the most recognized and quoted independent authority on automotive lemon laws. AutoPedia® is so mainstream that it has been included in the TransFormers Comic Books. Millions of consumers worldwide depend upon the information and advice provided by AutoPedia®.

Now, AutoPedia® is offering the individual lemon law firm the ability to compete against the largest national firms that dominate the search engines with their big budgest SEO and CPC campaigns, by cross-linking to AutoPedia's Lemon Law Section (Page Rank 5) and (Page Rank 3) at the most affordable prices in our history. In addition, AutoPedia® will provide all listed firms with approved access to the most up-to-date lemon law statutes available and unlimited FREE content marketing opportunities within AutoPedia® to generate even more clients.

By now even the smallest law firm knows how bad the ROI is on all of the banner ads, search ads, CPC and whatever else you may have tried in the past. The ONLY thing that works is the "independent third-party trusted referral" - and for that a PERMANENT listing in AutoPedia's Lemon Law section is the absolute gold standard.

Now, even the smallest individual lemon law firm can enjoy the same economies and efficiencies of scale that the national firms use to generate more revenue for less money than ever before.