We've all heard about benefits of content marketing, but in 2021 it's all about creating content experience. Now what does that mean? Content experience is the "intersection of content marketing and user experience", where you pay close attention to how you structure your content, how you present content and the environment in which your content lives. Focusing on how your users view your content, you can help your law firm marketing strategy stand out this year.
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First impressions matter. When a user first lands on your website, what they see there will usually be their initial perception of you and your firm. Having a credible website will give the user confidence, and thus give you a greater opportunity to secure a lead. We've written a checklist to ensure that your website is created for trust and credibility.
Jessylyn Los Banos is a content developer for law firms at Custom Legal Marketing.