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…

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…

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…

Google’s 2021 Page Experience Update

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…

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…

Is Your Firm Making the Most of These Lawyer SEO Trends?

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

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…

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…

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…

Investing Your SEO Efforts in Your Target Audience

Everyone knows law firm SEO marketing is a valuable tool for improving search engine results. Search engine optimization also ensures that Google and other search engines know your firm exists. Ranking high is important, but what’s more important is ranking high for the right searchers. In order to have one of the…

Google Announces Panda Update

Google just announced that it’s rolling out the latest version of its Panda Update, first introduced in February 2011. The original Panda algorithm change promoted sites with quality content and downgraded sites with low quality content. Similarly, the latest update continues that trend. Even though the new update will affect…

SEO for Law Firm Websites: SSL is a Ranking Signal

If you are an attorney, then SEO for law firm websites is important to your overall marketing strategy. Google Inc. announced that websites using  SSL and HTTPS—the secure version of HTTP—may get a ranking boost. In Webmaster speak, HTTPS is a Search Engine Optimization (SEO) “ranking signal.” Google said in a blog post, the…

Industry Report Shows Importance of Blogging

The social media marketing debate has shifted from, “Should I be doing it?” to “How should I be doing it?” Platforms such as Facebook, Twitter, and blogs are necessary to build your law firm’s brand and attract new clients. Since your time and resources are limited, this leads to the question of which social media activities provide the best…

Google Voice Search and Attorney Website SEO

Following in the footsteps of Siri, the voice-activated search on iPhones, Google rolled out Google Voice last year. Google Voice Search is now available on both mobile and PC-based versions of Chrome, Google’s popular web browser. While still in its early stages, Google Voice Search is growing in popularity and promises to…

Best SEO for Law Firms – Google Penguin Update

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 are more intensive instances during the year that can have a significant impact on website rankings. Even the smallest dip in rankings can be detrimental to your…

The Importance of Content Writing for Law Firms

As an attorney, you already understand the importance of content writing for law firms. Unfortunately, with the legal writing you do for clients, finding time to write content for your website can be difficult. In addition, many attorneys are not equipped to write content that is attractive to potential clients. Typically…

Does Your Law Firm Blog Feature Timeless Content?

Keeping a law firm blog current and filled with relevant, high-quality content is a blogger’s biggest challenge. This is true for people blogging to promote their law firm, as opposed to those who blog for a living. Blogs are great for attracting attention to a firm, but an attorney’s priorities must focus on clients and the…

Lawyer Website SEO – 5 Tips for Attorneys

Lawyer website 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 search engine optimization without turning optimization into a major undertaking. Implementing these five tips can enhance…

Online Marketing for Attorneys – Creating Fresh Content

If you invested any time researching online marketing for attorneys and what it takes to build a successful website for your law firm, you already know the importance of content. As the saying goes, “content is king.” It has become a cliché, but there is truly great value in providing fresh content…

Law Firm SEO Made Simple

One of the most effective ways to improve rankings online is to implement a law firm SEO campaign. If you are unfamiliar with the term, SEO stands for search engine optimization. For years, designers have used tricks to improve rankings by outsmarting the algorithms used by Google and other search engines…

5 Reasons Why You Need a Legal Marketing Blog

Most lawyers have discovered that writing a legal marketing blog is an effective, simple and convenient way to enhance their reputation, build a professional network, and enhance search engine optimization efforts. For many lawyers, legal blogging is an effective tool for reputation enhancement. It helps raise your…

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