3 Simple Steps to Transform Your Law Firm Website into a Lead Generation Machine
December 8, 2017 POSTED IN: Website Development

Is your law firm website getting “reads” or is it getting leads? Many law firms resign themselves to the idea that a website is only an online brochure – a place for visitors to view practice area descriptions and professional biographies. This is misguided. While lead generation has not traditionally been a priority for mostREAD MORE

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Three Things Law Firm Websites Should Focus On (But Most Don’t)
September 7, 2017 POSTED IN: Website Development

Most mid-size to large law firm websites cost tens, and often hundreds, of thousands of dollars. They take anywhere from 6 to 18 months to design, develop and launch. On top of the financial investment, huge amounts of internal hours and resources are devoted to most law firm website projects. And for what? Other thanREAD MORE

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Google Prioritizes Mobile-Friendly Sites in Searches
March 10, 2015 POSTED IN: Website Development

Google recently announced a new change to its search engine algorithm, and firms that have embraced mobile-friendly websites will benefit. Starting April 21, Google will rank mobile-friendly sites higher for users searching from their mobile devices. While having a mobile site may have simply provided a competitive advantage in the past, it’s now an essentialREAD MORE

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Google Panda 4.0 Update: Four Steps to Prepare Your Website
July 2, 2014 POSTED IN: Website Development

More often than not, quality content finds its way to the top of search results, and a recent update made by Google reinforces that principle. The Google Panda 4.0 update, Google’s search engine algorithm, is aimed at lowering the ranking of low quality, low content websites and raising high quality sites to the top ofREAD MORE

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Five Tips For Running a Successful Creative Project
March 11, 2014 POSTED IN: Branding,Content Creation,Website Development

Any in-house marketing professional that has worked with an outside creative agency knows that there are two types of projects. First, those that proceed to a successful conclusion smoothly, seamlessly and priced reasonably. Second, those that drag on frustratingly, endlessly and expensively. As you might imagine, there are common characteristics and circumstances that lead projectsREAD MORE

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