Month: December 2010

Wednesday, December 29, 2010

Drafting Practice Area Copy for Your Website

Creating a website that adequately demonstrates your law firm’s expertise and experience can be difficult. Everything from the design to the copy must be carefully created to ensure that every web visitor knows what your firm is about in just a matter of seconds. During the development process, we often see firms spend weeks preparing […]

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Tuesday, December 21, 2010

Artistic Integrity: A thing of the past?

The development process for each new law firm we work with is unique. Some firms have a very clear vision for their new sites: the colors, the imagery, the logo—they’ve got it covered. Other firms have more of a hands-off approach. They leave it to the experts and we rely on our creativity and knowledge […]

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Sunday, December 12, 2010

The Basic Ingredients for a Successful Attorney Website

Just like recipes, legal websites have ingredients that must be included for good results. Below you will find the basic building blocks of a successful law firm website: A Professional Design – It sounds like a given, right? Right, but it’s astonishing how many attorney websites we come across each day which are quite simply […]

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Wednesday, December 1, 2010

Featuring Free Consultations on Your Law Firm’s Website

Many folks fear the cost of attorneys. They’ve heard horror stories of friends being billed $150.00 for the firm to photocopy a four page brief or others who have paid thousands for an attorney who was neither accessible nor successful. These stereotypes and general apprehension by prospective clients must be considered with respect to your […]

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