Month: September 2014

Friday, September 19, 2014

Convenience and Peace of Mind with Page Versioning

At Zola Creative, we’re always looking for ways to improve our services and make the practice of online marketing more efficient and effective for all of the firms we have the pleasure of serving. We often hear from attorneys who have made changes to their websites and then, for whatever reason, need to revert back […]

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Wednesday, September 17, 2014

We’re Co-sponsoring a Free CLE for N.Y. Attorneys

At Zola Creative, we are committed to serving as a reputable source of online marketing information and delivering value to the legal community. On October 30th, we will be co-sponsoring a free CLE for N.Y. Attorneys. The course will consist of two sections: 1) Effective (and Ethical) Online Marketing and 2) Issues that May Arise […]

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Friday, September 12, 2014

Search Engine Marketing Webinar

If you’re like most attorneys, you’ve probably been approached by an SEO consultant about  search engine marketing (SEM) or pay per click (PPC) campaigns which they claim can help to generate high-quality leads for your firm in a matter of days. While the promise of new business can be alluring, these campaigns can be incredibly […]

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Monday, September 8, 2014

A Summer of Wonderful

We have a lot of joyous moments at Zola Creative: having a new attorney join the Zola Creative family, watching the firms we work with grow and of course, launching a new website. This summer was truly a great season of highs and we got to experience all of the above; most notably, we launched […]

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Tuesday, September 2, 2014

Email Addresses on Your Firm’s Website

Not just an annoyance but a downright security threat Most law practices build websites to be found by prospective clients and generate new leads. With these firms, the main objective is to encourage site visitors to make contact (and come in for a consultation) so naturally they take great efforts to bold the telephone number […]

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