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Whether or not you want it to be, Yelp probably plays a significant role in your online search presence. Here's our user guide.
There’s plenty of blame to go around for crappy Internet legal marketing. But instead of lamenting the loss of a simpler time in legal marketing, let’s cut through the BS and talk about what solo and small firm lawyers can actually do to earn links that drive inquiries from potential clients.
Every lawyer's ultimate accountability is to clients. However, many lawyers are also accountable for meeting business goals—regardless of whether they are solo or work for a large firm.
Fortunately, with very little technical know-how and a little software assistance, you can gain deeper insight into how clients are finding you with call tracking.
Improving your SEO rankings is more than just manipulating temporary loopholes. Adopt these SEO secrets to improve your rankings and your firm.
Hits, pageviews, and other metrics don't matter if you don't know the goal of your site.
If your website is slow, doesn't work on mobile devices, and looks the same today as it did in 2000, you might put up an "under construction" page instead.
Do law blogs in general have the kind of niche audience (lawyers) that makes comments better than usual?
Still wondering why your legal website or blog is losing traffic? Here’s yet another possibility: Duplicate Content. In one recent example, Conrad Saam identified a law firm website that had content that was duplicated across as many as 58 other sites. How does this happen? Duplicate content can occur in a variety of ways. At […]