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If there is one thing that can send a website owner into a spiral of confusion and hysteria, it is a Google algorithm update. Algorithm updates happen frequently, but there more intensive instances during the year that can have a significant impact on website rankings. Even the smallest dip in a site’s rankings can be detrimental to your firm. Learning what Google has identified as a problem and removing the penalty applied
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Your website is one of your most valuable marketing tools. As you already know, people search online for basic and detailed information before buying a product or choosing to do business with a firm. Unfortunately, even the best site in the world does no good if people are unable to find it. One of the best ways to promote your site is through search engine optimization. Optimizing your site allows search
As an attorney, you already understand the importance of writing excellent legal content. Unfortunately, with all the legal writing you do for your clients, finding time to write content for your website can be difficult. In addition, because many attorneys are focused on "legalese," often times they are not best equipped to write content attractive to potential clients visiting their website. Making a good impression on a potential client, as well

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Thank you for another great year at Legal Web Design (our 15th)! Every year during the holiday season we donate to charities and encourage others to get in the giving spirit as well. This year we supported the following charities. Please click on the links below to visit their websites: Make A Wish FoundationKempe Foundation for the Prevention and Treatment of Child Abuse and NeglectCASA - Court Appointed Special Advocates for
Having a website and having a website that accomplishes your business goals are two different things. Any law firm can build a site that provides basic information. There are also fast and cheap ways to fill a site with content, but these options are rarely enough to create a quality site. For a site to truly be worth the money you invest and be a valuable marketing tool, it must help

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Keeping a blog current and filled with relevant, high-quality content is a blogger’s biggest challenge. This is especially true for people using a blog to promote their business, as opposed to those who blog for a living. Blogs are a great tool for attracting attention to a firm, but an attorney’s daily priorities must focus on clients and time in the courtroom. Unfortunately, this makes it difficult to keep a blog

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SEO can seem like a black-hole confusion, especially when your full-time efforts are not focused on your website. Fortunately, there are several simple things attorneys can do to improve their SEO without turning optimization into a major undertaking. Implementing these five tips can enhance your website and product measurable results for your firm. 1. Use SEO to Target Local Clients There are plenty of online businesses that are able to work

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One of the most important things any business owner must do is reach the correct target audience. All the marketing in the world will do no good if it does not appeal to the people with whom you most want to work. This is especially true for attorneys because they have such narrowly defined ideal clients. There are only so many problems you are qualified to fix, so you need to
People not using Internet marketing to make a full-time living often feel overwhelmed by how quickly developments come to pass in the industry. Some business owners are just getting on board with having a website and using a blog, but they already feel behind because there are so many other strategies they are not yet using. Attorneys often fall into this category because their priorities are on their clients and their

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Keeping in touch with clients is a great way to generate business. Not only do you stay fresh in a current client’s mind so they think of you when legal support is needed, but you also make it easier for them to refer you to other potential clients. Reaching out on a consistent basis to current clients and anyone with an interest in your firm is not “bothering” them, but merely

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