Read on for the 5 mistakes you should avoid on your practice area pages to get the most out of your website content and generate more revenue for your law firm.
Read on to learn more about Google’s search quality guidelines and how to improve the E-A-T of your website to achieve better visibility on Google for relevant and local searches.
Read on to learn how case results can help you attract more clients online, quick tips for optimizing your results, and how to write an effective and compelling case result.
Read on for what you need to know about headers and subtitles on your law firm website and pointers on how to use them to improve the readability of your website and attract more potential clients online.
Read on for the bare necessities of your website homepage and everything you need to take your homepage to the next level to drive more business to your firm online.
To be successful with social media as a way to attract and convert potential clients, you first need to know what your options are, and what will work best for your practice. Read on for a breakdown of the three major social media “zones,” tips for developing successful social media habits, and how to make social media the perfect complement to your firm’s website.
Read on for a look into the anatomy of blogs versus practice area pages, the purpose and use of each, and tips for prioritizing your website content.
Whether you desire a change in your practice similar to my client or you are influenced by the market, it’s important to evaluate your website for its readiness to travel that road. Read on for the scenarios your website should be equipped to handle and how to know when you need a second website to best support your practice.
In this episode of the Law Firm Marketing Decoded Podcast, we cover why brand personality is important to the functionality of your firm’s website, how to create a brand personality, what website design elements matter, and common mistakes to avoid.
There are several motivations for lawyers to branch out and become their own bosses – job security and work/life balance being among one of the top reasons. Whether you’ve been thinking about starting your own firm for hours or years, there are a few things to take into account that can help ease the transition and help build a successful practice.
So, if you’re ready to start out on your own, read on for three things to consider before you leap.
In this episode of the Law Firm Marketing Decoded Podcast we discuss what makes a strong practice area page and how best to engage potential clients with this content. Plus, learn more about our latest feature that can help you create pages of engaging, high-quality content for your LawLytics website in just minutes.
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Referrals can be a good source of new business – and they can come from a variety of sources. Here are several touch points to think about as you develop a referral system with attorneys in your geographic area.
In this episode of the Law Firm Marketing Decoded podcast, we discuss Google Business Profile: what it is, how to get set up with it, how to use it to target your ideal client, and tips for advanced uses of your business listing.
Directing your marketing efforts toward the right audience, marketing verticals, and tools can help you leverage your competitive advantage. Read on for how potential clients are finding attorneys, potential missed opportunities to leverage your competitive advantage online, and how your website helps you connect with more potential clients on the web.
Many successful lawyers understand that delegating is the most efficient way to accomplish more tasks, more quickly. However, once you have created the foundation for your digital presence with a strong and optimized website, outsourcing the rest of your marketing isn’t always in the best interest of your firm. Read on for three instances when you should avoid hiring someone for your firm’s marketing and why some tasks are best tackled on your own.
In this podcast, Dimitri Raziev of Kolleno talks about the problems that lawyers face when it comes to collecting from clients and how he and his team are making a painful process easier and more lucrative.
For most potential clients visiting a law firm’s website, their intent is to learn more about their legal issue and to determine if you are the best choice to represent them. Read on for five website elements your clients will thank you for and how to know if you need a new website.
Videos can be a great addition to your pages by increasing engagement and increasing the attention span of those web visitors who prefer video as an educational medium. In this episode of the Law Firm Marketing Decoded podcast, we discuss the pros and cons of using video on your website, and how to use videos effectively.
What if you could work smarter, not harder, and repurpose a single piece of written content into several more for your website, email lists, and social media?
Read on to learn why it’s useful to repurpose your content, when you should repurpose it, and the six best ways to repurpose your written content to reach a broader audience and drive traffic to your website.