Google’s Authorship project has officially ended. How will this impact your law firm’s website and author profiles?
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Social marketing is a popular topic on blogs, in lawyer magazines, and at conferences. This attention is certainly well deserved. Just look at the audience:
Those audiences should not be ignored, however when looking at what drives leads into your office, we see that search is still the driving force.
At the center of every online law firm marketing campaign is content. Whether it is content on your website, blog entries, or distributed content like press releases or articles, what gets your firm attention is valuable content.
As users turn to Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, and Google Plus, we see an obvious trend change regarding what people like and what gets them to “like” or “+1” your firm. People like brevity.
From short Tweets to brief blog entires, content that…Read More
It is important to make the distinction between thinking social and acting social. Just being on a social network is about as useful as just having a website. The key to success is having an active presence on the social networks to market your firm.
In this month’s issue of the Bigger Law Firm magazine, they talk about Google Plus and how to utilize Google’s new social network to grow your firm. You can pick up an issue at…Read More
It is an exciting time to be an elder law and estate planning attorney. Your target audience is larger than they have ever been and they are getting more technologically savvy. This means you can reach out to them in a number of different ways that are relatively inexpensive compared to traditional television and print advertisements.
The modern elder law firm needs to be focused on education. A lot of people hear about “elder law” or talk with their friends…Read More
Many law firms see their website as a necessary expense whether it is just there to service existing clients or bring in new accounts. A law firm’s website is necessary. But it should be an asset, not an expense.
Online marketing is unlike any other form of marketing. Television, print, Yellow Pages, radio, they all come down to one thing – getting someone to call your firm. You show the ad, hope that it reaches the right person, and…Read More