Legal Marketing & Web Design Blog

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Technology
How Do I Optimize My Google Business Listing? Is It One and Done?
Congratulations! You’ve just gained ownership of your Google My Business listing. That’s all that needs to be done, right? Unfortunately, it’s not quite that simple. In order to maximize your visibility across Google products, it is crucial that your Google…
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Website Design
Including Support Staff on Your Attorney Website
A basic component of any legal website is the almighty attorney profile page. There are hundreds of articles devoted to drafting an effective attorney bio which conveys experience while engaging the reader. And while the subject of attorney profiles has been widely explored, discussion of whether or not support staff should be included on a law firm’s website has been rather limited.
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Announcements
Heating Up the Web This Summer with Sizzling New Legal Sites
The summer has not slowed us down one bit! Over the past few weeks, we’ve launched over fifteen great new websites for law firms around the country.
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Website Design
Keep Email Addresses Off of Your Legal Website
During the site development phase, attorneys often ask us whether or not they should include their email addresses on their websites. Our answer is always resounding no! If you are considering adding an email address to your site (or already have one up there), we recommend that you reconsider.
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Website Design
Fireworks on Your Website
When a prospective client stumbles across your website, you can be pretty certain that your site is not the only one they will visit. Chances are they will also check out three or four other local firms online. We hear from many practices that acknowledge this inevitable fate and state that they want the “wow factor” so they really stand out to prospective clients. As a team of marketing consultants and graphic designers, we love when firms want to move outside of the box but we’re often surprised by their vision for “standing out.”
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