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Why You Need to Make Your Website Mobile Friendly

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.

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Podcast #11: Casey Flaherty’s Quest to Reform Luddite Lawyers

40% of small law firms don’t have a website, and Casey Flaherty’s Legal Tech Audit was just the beginning of his quest to reform the way law firms use technology and price their services. 40% of Small Law Firms Don’t Have a Website That’s what Kevin O’Keefe says, based on this infographic prepared by Rocket […]

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Best Law-Firm Websites, 2015 Edition

This year we had over 100 nominations for the best law firm website of 2015. With the help of Lawyerist contributors Gyi Tsakalakis, Andrew Cabasso, and Karin Conroy, Sam and Aaron narrowed the list to the ten best. Best is a relative term, of course. Everybody has their own standards. In general, we were all […]

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Stop Scaring Clients Away from Your Website

Most people are equally happy walking into a lawyer’s office or seeing a dentist for a root canal. The legal memorabilia on your firm's website isn't helping.

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The Benefits of Client Testimonials (and How to Get Them)

Client testimonials help potential clients ease prospective clients’ hesitations about reaching out to you and validate their choice to contact you.

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8 Best Practices for Law Firm Website Content

To ensure your website copy makes a positive impact on your audience, put the following best practices to use.

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How to Tailor Your Web Presence to Your Marketing Goals

Not every law firm needs a blog or a social media presence to be successful online. Cater your strategy to your marketing goals.

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Free White Paper: “10 Things the Best Law Firm Website Designs Have in Common”

Good design is the foundation of a website that brings in business. Get our free white paper, "10 Things the Best Law Firm Website Designs Have in Common."

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Why Lawyers Shouldn’t Write Their Own Website Copy

You went to law school to learn about law, not marketing. Hire someone who can write website copy for you.

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Read This Article to Learn Everything You Need to Know About SEO

If you want to know what search-engine optimization is all about, spend a few minutes with this article from HubSpot.

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7 Questions Your Website Should Answer

Do not leave potential clients hanging. Answer these seven questions on your website to turn visitors into solid leads.

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The One Secret to Online Legal Marketing

All law-firm websites plans should be created with this one simple idea in mind.

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Get Your Law Blog Off Your Law Firm Website

Law blogs and law firm websites don't mix. Get your law blog off your law firm website, or just stop blogging.

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Make Your Law-Firm Website’s First Sentence Count

Ten seconds is about how long you have to convince the average visitor to your law firm website to stick around. That is just about long enough to read one sentence — so it better be a good one.

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30-Minute WordPress Setup Guide

If you do not have a website, you are probably missing out on clients, networking opportunities, and more. Although you’ll never know unless you get with the program and get yourself a website.