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Google Can Now Identify Paragraphs on Web Pages For Specific Searches, and Other Must-Reads

Google Can Now Identify Paragraphs on Web Pages For Specific Searches, and Other Must-Reads

Google Confirms It Doesn’t Index Passages Separately (Search Engine Land)

Recently Google shared how individual passages of a webpage will soon be identified to better understand how relevancy between a page and a particular search. If you’re worried that this meant you have to index passages separately, Google clarified in a Tweet that this will not be the case.

6 Ways To Improve Your Remote Workers’ Lives (Lawyer Mutual)

For remote workers’, maintaining a healthy work life balance can prove to be a challenge when your home space is also your work space. As your staff continues to work from home, you may want to consider adjusting your law firm’s work benefits and perks that would better suit the current work situation.

How to Ethically Respond to Negative Reviews (Abajournal)

No one ever wants to receive a bad review, especially if the review comes off as inaccurate or unfair. Your natural response to a negative review may be to comment and defend yourself, but there is a better and even more effective solution: counterbalancing negative reviews with more positive reviews.

Which Video Conferencing Tool Is Best For Lawyers (Lawyer Monthly)

With growing concerns on security when hosting a virtual meeting, exploring your various video conferencing tool options may be necessary. This article dives into the pros and cons of multiple conferencing platforms to help you decide what’s best for your law firm.

Create a More Compelling and Interesting “About” Page to Drive Traffic and Convert Leads (Bigger Law Firm)

In this article, learn how you can elevate your lead generation by adding diversity to your marketing tactics and thinking beyond the “just add content” doctrine.

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Five Ways Your Firm Can Generate More Leads From Its Website (That Aren’t Just More Content)

Having relevant, informative content on your website is important for your users to find what they’re looking for in a potential attorney, but there are other avenues besides having good content to get you leads. In this article, learn different ways you can increase your website lead generation that does not include content marketing.


Jessylyn Los Banos is a content developer for law firms at Custom Legal Marketing.