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Lawyer SEO trends are constantly changing and keeping up when you’re busy can be a daunting task. If your plan is to handle the SEO for your law firm on your own, it’s best to choose just a few trends you think will work best and focus on those. But even SEO professionals sometimes struggle to determine which trends work best…

Happy Clients Help Grow Your Business

January 28th, 2019 / Legal Web Design LLC

People have always used the opinions of others to help them make buying decisions. Today, law firm testimonials and reviews are more important than ever – and shared online. Review sites allow people to quickly and easily share their thoughts on businesses. And while some business owners find this intimidating…

No Bad Days Foundation Helps Kids Get Medical Equipment

November 1st, 2018 / Kelly Jamrozy

Legal Web Design is a proud sponsor of the No Bad Days Foundation. We recently helped build a website for them and we’re thrilled to share their mission with you. The No Bad Days Foundation supports children with medical disabilities who have been denied access to life-enhancing devices and equipment that insurance…

More than a Generic Attorney SEO Formula

October 11th, 2018 / Kelly Jamrozy

If you’re lost when it comes to attorney SEO and your website, there are plenty of resources available to help you. Unfortunately, not all of these resources are created equally. And if you’ve stumbled into an SEO scam and learned things the hard way, you’re likely overwhelmed by all of the options and trying to avoid another…

How to Make Existing Website Mobile Friendly

August 20th, 2018 / Kelly Jamrozy

Have you ever wondered how to make an existing website mobile friendly? More and more these days people access the internet via a mobile device and expect to find a mobile-friendly website when they search for information. For instance estimates show within the next year nearly 65% of all internet users will be…

Two Weeks to Better Law Firm SEO Marketing

August 13th, 2018 / Kelly Jamrozy

Mastering law firm SEO marketing doesn’t need to take forever. Here are a few simple tips that can help you reach your SEO goals in just a couple of weeks. Law firms invest a lot of time and money into SEO and for good reason. The better a firm’s site ranks the more likely it is to reach clients and become a go-to…

Email Marketing Tips – 5 Keys to Success

August 6th, 2018 / Kelly Jamrozy

Think email marketing is an effective way to reach out to clients? Here are several email marketing tips to help you have a successful email marketing campaign. Reaching out to clients via email is a great way to keep in touch. Whether it’s a monthly newsletter or you’re sharing information about a specific program or…

Time to Update Your Legal Website Design

August 1st, 2018 / Kelly Jamrozy

If you’ve been putting off updating your legal website design, now is the time to take action. The second half of the year is a great opportunity to tackle those projects from your to-do list that took a backseat to your beginning of the year goals. Tackling an update now can save you time, money, and frustration. It can…

Law Firm Website Design Inspiration – Landing Page

August 17th, 2016 / Legal Web Design LLC

f you are looking for law firm website design inspiration, you might start by asking yourself a series of questions. Is your law firm landing page producing less than stellar results? Have you avoided creating a landing page for fear it would seem too pushy or unprofessional? Your concerns are valid. Landing pages, when done…

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