Legal Marketing & Web Design Blog

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Technology
I Don’t Have Time For Social Media. Should I Still Set Up Profiles For My Firm?
Law firms often ask us how they can best leverage the audience and reach of social media, or put more bluntly, if social media is “worth it”. While the answer varies greatly depending on firm goals, advertising budgets, and practice areas, there are some basics that should be put into place and serve as a...
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Website Design
Where Is The Best Place On My Website For Reviews?
Most of us know that reviews are a key ingredient in business success. Reviews can increase the perceived trustworthiness of a company, shorten the time to make a purchase decision, and help convert website traffic into clients. Reviews are a form of “social proof,” a term coined by Robert Cialdini, author of Influence: The Psychology...
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Legal Marketing
How Come That New Attorney Ranks Better Than Me on Google?
If you have an established law practice, you probably have a client base that has provided you referrals through the years. By now, you may also have a presence on the web as a means of marketing your firm. So how does the new law firm up the road rank better than your practice on...
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Technology
Four Website Changes That Do More Harm Than Good
With 2021 underway, now is the perfect time to revamp your website. But not all changes are beneficial. Some seemingly innocent changes to your website can actually do more harm than good. Here are just a few to keep in mind when deciding to update your website: 1. Lack of Focus On Your Homepage Despite...
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Legal Marketing
Which Social Media Sites Should My Law Firm Be On?
In a world where social media has taken over and become a huge part of advertising, one popular question being asked by attorneys and firm administrators is, “How can I use this to my firm’s advantage?” By creating profiles on different platforms, you are able to share blog articles, news, and spread the word about...
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Website Design
How Often Should I Redesign My Website?
The internet is often the first place people go when looking for legal services. Appearances count, and you don’t want their first impression of your firm to be outdated photos, incorrect information, and broken links. It is integral to the growth of your firm to make sure your website is up to date, so that...
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Technology
Should My Law Firm Use Hashtags in Our Social Media Posts?
With the explosive growth of social media over the past decade, it’s no surprise that law firms are now leveraging these platforms to reach potential clients. With the average American spending 2 hours and 3 minutes each day on networks like Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn, there is an incredible opportunity for attorneys to create an...
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Analytics
Has Traffic to Your Firm’s Website Decreased? Let’s Look to the Source.
Google Analytics is an invaluable tool that helps website owners understand how visitors are finding and using their websites. As you might imagine, one of the most popular numbers to monitor when assessing site performance is how many people are coming to a website, otherwise known as traffic to the site.
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Legal Marketing
Branded PPC vs Non-Branded PPC: Should my practice invest in both?
Pay Per Click (PPC) advertising in the Google Search Network is a great way to get your law firm to the top of the search engine results. Generally speaking, there are two different approaches to this type of advertising: branded PPC campaigns and non-branded PPC campaigns. It’s important to understand how branded and non-branded campaigns differ so you can determine which makes the most sense to help you achieve your marketing goals and allocate your budget accordingly.
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