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Your clients are the best judges of whether or not the user experience at your firm is a satisfactory one. Asking them to evaluate your firm's website and an office visit can be very valuable intelligence for you.
Website accessibility—ensuring everyone can interact with your website, regardless of ability—is critical. Here's a primer on how to get started on ensuring your site is accessible.
Your website's metadata matters, and well-crafted metadata can compel users to reach out to your firm. Here's a guide on how to make your metadata work for you.
Not every law firm needs a blog or a social media presence to be successful online. Cater your strategy to your marketing goals.
The bottom line: if your goal is better search ranking, spend a lot of money on high quality web design, SEO optimization, and linkbuilding.
The role of your practice area page is more detailed than the other pages on your website. It is often the page your clients will pay attention to the most, and will heavily influence whether or not you are the right lawyer for them.
California’s Standing Committee on Professional Responsibility and Conduct (COPRAC) has been working on an ethics opinion on the applicability to attorney advertising rules to blogs for a while now, and after receiving public comments on its draft opinion, it released a revised draft and opened up a new 90-day public comment period. Comments can be […]
To ensure your website copy makes a positive impact on your audience, put the following best practices to use.
Karin Conroy is back to talk about law firm websites. This is also, you might notice, our last podcast of 2015. Call it the end of Season 1. But don’t worry, we’ll be back in 2016, thanks in large part to your contributions. Law Firm Website Best Practices, with Karin Conroy In Karin’s last podcast, […]