Keywords for Attorneys: The Magic Ingredient in Your Law Firm’s Website

Content is one of the strongest tools attorneys can use for online marketing. But in order to work content needs to be high-quality. Content needs to be well-written, interesting, and informative. It must also able to appeal to search engines and be SEO-friendly. Choosing the right keywords for attorneys is an important part…

5 Questions To Ask Before Your Law Firm Website Goes Live

The day of your law firm website launch is likely one of the most exciting of your career. Even if you had a previous website and you’ve updated to a more modern site, the launch day is filled with excitement. It’s tempting to rush into this event and get the ball rolling with your online marketing goals, but rushing the launch…

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

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

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

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…

3 Reasons Your Legal Blog Isn’t Working

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…

5 Ways to Spend Your Law Firm Marketing Budget this Year

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…

Happy Clients Help Grow Your Business

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

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

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

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

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…

Time to Update Your Legal Website Design

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

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…

Best Law Firm Website Design Trends Still Going Strong

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 best law firm website design trends that are expected to continue…

Does Your Attorney Website Give You Authority?

Having an attorney website and having one that accomplishes your business goals are two different things. For instance, any law firm can build a site that provides basic information. In addition, 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…

Web Design Mistakes to Avoid as a Lawyer

Creating a website is challenging work, which is why many companies have mediocre sites. When you first begin building or revamping your law firm’s site, the experience can seem overwhelming. There is a lot you need to know and do, but if you organize the information, the process becomes much easier. Understanding…

Is Your Lawyer Website About Page a Mess?

The About Page for your lawyer website is one of the most important features, but many times it gets neglected. Numerous attorney websites feature just a few details, focusing more on providing legal tips and information to potential clients. Unfortunately, a scant, disorganized, or unappealing About Page can drive clients…

Attorney Website Design Inspiration

Attorneys and website designers must work together to come up with ideas for attorney website design inspiration. The best websites for attorneys provide information to potential clients to help them determine if a law firm is the right choice for them. It is also important to create sites containing enough information…

Responsive Attorney Website design

There is a lot of information available regarding the specifics of responsive law firm web design. For example, there are articles discussing coding and creating sites that are responsive. These articles include extreme details for those designing sites. Unfortunately, the information is limited regarding why attorneys should consider…

Why Your Law Firm Website Design Is So Important

Content may be king, but the navigational principles and layout of your law firm website design are also important. Within seconds of landing on your website, a visitor will build a strong opinion based on how easily information can be accessed. This immediately determines how much time the visitor will spend on your site…

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