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Five Keys to Email Marketing Success

August 6th, 2018 / Kelly Jamrozy

Think email marketing is an effective way to reach out to clients? Here’s what you need to know. 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 event, you’re sending a reminder without being too intrusive […]

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, […]

Is your 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, but done correctly, landing pages are an effective way to build relationships with potential clients and be the first step in establishing you as an expert in your […]

Everyone knows SEO is a valuable tool for improving search engine results and ensuring Google and other search engines know your business exists. Ranking high is important, but what’s more important is ranking high for the right searchers. You need to be sure your SEO efforts are helping your site show up when your target […]

Law Firm Website Design Trends that are Still Going Strong

June 15th, 2016 / Legal Web Design LLC

Website design trends tend to come and go, but when something works it tends to stick around. The key to creating a successful design for your law firm is to find the tried-and-true trends and make them a classic part of your design. What are some of 2016’s popular design trends that are expected to […]

“NewsJacking” to Increase Inbound Traffic

December 28th, 2015 / Legal Web Design LLC

A popular adage holds that there are three types of people in this world: those who make things happen, those who watch things happen, and those who wonder what happened. But from a marketing standpoint, it’s possible to add another type to this list: those who capitalize on what happens. The term “newsjacking” was popularized […]

A growing body of research finds that consumers needing legal services are increasingly using the Internet—rather than the advice of friends and family—to find an attorney. The most recent study to report on this trend comes from the marketing firm Perceptio in an eBook entitled “Revenue and Client Growth: A Guide for Firm Management.” In […]

Law firm web marketing is ultimately all about fulfilling a need. Clients need information and guidance. Our job is to figure out how to meet them wherever they’re going. When a layperson hits the web with a potential lawsuit or a legal need, we want to make sure they find our clients first. To accomplish […]

What if I told you there’s an easy answer to all your law firm blogging woes and it’s on your TV 24 hours a day, 7 days a week? That’s right: the news. Current events make blogs better. That’s especially true in the law firm marketing context, where the whole point of blogging is to […]

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