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Tips for a Great Attorney Website Launch (or Relaunch!)

September 25th, 2020 / Kelly Jamrozy

Launching or relaunching an attorney website is a great way to give your firm a boost of attention online, but it can also be a stressful experience. There’s a lot to consider and if things go wrong with the launch, it can reflect poorly on your firm. A bad launch can leave you feeling as if you might as well have kept things how they…

Practice Area Pages: How to Make Them Perfect

September 18th, 2020 / Kelly Jamrozy

Your website is one of the most important aspects of your lawyer website design. It’s important to make sure each of the pages of your site is accomplishing your goals. If any of the pages, including the practice areas page, fall short, it’s costing you potential clients. The overall goal of a practice area page is to show potential…

5 Ideas for Improving Your About Us Page

September 8th, 2020 / Kelly Jamrozy

Your firm’s About Us page is one of the most important parts of your website. The best law firm web design includes an About Us page that starts a personal connection with site visitors by sharing more of your firm’s story. It also helps you establish trust before you even meet a client face-to-face…

How Important are Media Mentions for Law Firms?

August 21st, 2020 / Kelly Jamrozy

Getting your law firm mentioned in the media – either online or in more traditional forms of media – can be extremely valuable. But how important are law firm media mentions? Can they get your firm attention and bring clients to your door? A media mention builds credibility, provides free advertising, and allows you to make…

3 Reasons Your Legal Blog Isn’t Working

July 8th, 2020 / Kelly Jamrozy

A legal blog is one of the best tools you have for attracting and informing clients. It helps search engine results and ensures that visitors to your site stick around once they arrive. But blogging isn’t as easy as you might think. There are plenty of business owners who have invested hours or more into their blogs, only to…

Google’s 2021 Page Experience Update

June 12th, 2020 / Kelly Jamrozy

Google recently announced Web Vitals, a set of metrics it will use to measure both the speed and the user experience of your professional lawyer website. The update will roll out sometimes in 2021 and be a part of an upcoming core algorithm update. It now means page experience is measurable and acknowledges that…

Businesses throughout the country and around the world have been affected by the COVID-19 outbreak. Law firms are no exceptions. Many firms have implemented procedures to protect employees and clients, many of which have people working from home and meeting with clients via teleconference. Many need COVID-19…

ADA Compliance for Legal Websites

November 6th, 2019 / awolfyavis

The Americans with Disabilities Act (“ADA”) provides a legal framework to make businesses more accessible for disabled individuals. The ADA is commonly associated with business locations only. However, most people do not know that the ADA can also apply to website accessibility. The federal government enacted the…

The money you have to invest in marketing is one of your law firm’s best resources but figuring out how to invest that money wisely takes some thought. What are the best ways to spend your law firm marketing budget? Unless your firm is a rare exception, you don’t want to invest a chunk of your marketing budget…

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