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When you can write website content that matches the way that your potential clients think, they are more likely to find you when they conduct searches related to their case or matter, and you’re more likely capture their attention when you can provide detailed information that resonates with them.
Effective law firm website design is part art, part science, and crucial to making the right impression on visitors. The design elements on your law firm’s website need to have a function and a purpose that benefits your potential clients. Here are three ways to make sure that your law firm’s website is designed with your potential clients in mind.
In this episode of the Law Firm Marketing Decoded Podcast, we’re joined by sales and marketing expert Chris Mullins, who explains the importance of first impressions on the phone, as well as why attorneys must change their mindset about intake to acquire new clients.
Local pages help drive targeted, local traffic to your law firm’s website, as well as help potential clients quickly identify where your firm is located, whether you understand them and their needs, and whether you can help them solve their problem. Here’s what you need to know about getting started with local pages.
In this podcast episode, we discuss the changes in online marketing over the last ten years, and what continues to work for attorneys to drive new business to their firms while keeping attorneys in control.
A content plan helps you discover and produce the kind of website content that is most likely to benefit your potential clients and your practice. Here’s how to create an effective content marketing plan for your law firm’s website.
In this guest blog, Law Firm Conversions™ founder Chris Mullins reveals common sales objections that attorneys face from potential clients and how to overcome them.
For as long as online law firm marketing has been around, there have been myths and misconceptions about what works for attorneys on the web. Here are three common myths about content marketing and law firm SEO that can keep attorneys from thriving online.
Accepting online payments makes life easier for everyone, but like anything else, doing it negligently or recklessly could expose your practice to unnecessary risks. In this post, learn about a potential risk for an unintended attorney-client relationship related to your payment system.
In an unusual move, Google pre-announced a broad core search algorithm update which took place on June 3. Learn more about this algorithm update in our blog post.
Content marketing is an effective and efficient way for solo practitioners and small law firms to drive new potential clients to their law practices. But for content marketing to be effective for attorneys, it has to be approached strategically. Here are three quick tips on how to make content marketing work for your law firm.
Many small law offices and solo attorneys offer diverse practices in multiple areas of the law to maximize client potential. Even if you delve into different areas of law, you can use this to your advantage. All it requires is high-quality content, good website organization, and strategic thinking.
In this guest blog post, Chris Mullins discusses how to improve the likelihood of every phone call converting to a client and case that suits your firm and ultimately creates billable hours and a better bottom line.
When your law firm’s website balances form and function, it’s much more likely to attract potential clients and encourage them to reach out to your firm when they’re ready to contact an attorney. In this blog post, we take a holistic look at how to create a law firm website that engages potential clients and puts you ahead of the competition.
In this blog post, our expert content team dives into how to use tone and style to effectively brand your law firm and better engage potential clients.
For small firms and solo practitioners, a law firm website is more important than ever. Here are three reasons why your law firm’s website is an integral part of your marketing, and your practice as a whole.
When it’s done right, online marketing puts you in the driver’s seat, keeps you from wasting time and money, and ensures that you have the data that you need to make informed decisions about your law firm’s online marketing. Here’s how to get the most out of your law firm’s online marketing.
Even though potential clients may not spend a lot of time on your homepage, it quite likely is one of the most important pages of your website and acts as an “elevator pitch” for your law firm. Learn how to create a successful law firm website homepage in this blog post.
In this post, we’ll show you why titles are so important (and why they can be an important part of your content strategy),
how to create compelling and strategic titles, and examples to help you with the process.
In this blog post, you’ll learn about providing useful information that captures your potential client’s attention, why you need to keep your language simple and relatable, and how to create content that your potential client can act on.
One of the fundamental keys to law firm website performance is the website’s content. That’s what will convert website visitors into new clients. To make content work for your law firm, you need to make sure your content is updated on a regular basis.
Landing pages are website pages designated as the destination for paid advertisements — typically pay-per-click ads, display ads, and social media ads. When somebody clicks on your ad, the landing page is what they see. When one of your viable potential clients clicks...
Duplicate content can hurt your website. And if you are committed to using your law firm website as your competitive edge, then duplicate content will undermine your efforts. Learn more about duplicate content in this blog post.
Whether you’re an attorney suffering from “analysis paralysis,” you’ve stuck your head in the sand, or you’re looking for guidance, it’s time to start acting to address the challenges that your firm faces. Here’s a three-step system to get started with business development.
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