A blog can become one of the most profitable components of your digital marketing strategy. Not only is it an easy place to upload a myriad of content, but it’s a way to connect with potential claimants over an extended period of time through subscriptions. The only issue is you may not know how to tempt more claimants to click on that “subscribe” button. Here are some tips that may help you increase your number of blog subscribers and subsequently your number of cases signed from email marketing efforts.
While managing a Social Security disability practice, you’ll come across people from all walks of life. Some will be worried parents of a child born with a disability, some will be battling lifelong mental illnesses and mood disorders, and some will be devastated by a cancer diagnosis in the middle of their career. Regardless of what type of disability your clients have, there are general rules of thumb you should keep in mind when it comes to disability-related terminology you use on your website, when communicating via email, and when speaking with your clients in person.
There are many reasons to hire a legal intern. From bringing new perspectives to your firm to helping you keep up with modern social media skills, interns can be valuable for attorneys in all areas of law. If you’re considering getting help over the summer months or school year, here are some top tasks that may be best suited for a legal intern.
Any fan of The Office remembers the “Michael Scott Paper Company.” Michael, in his desperate attempt to remain in the paper industry after quitting as Regional Manager at Dunder Mifflin, started his own paper company with the help of Pam and Ryan. As fans know, Michael is an incredible salesman and had no issue finding new clients. What he did have problems with, however, was his cash flow. Because Ryan miscalculated the company’s growing expenses, the Michael Scott Paper Company had no way to afford increasing costs of a small business, such as additional employee overhead.
One of the fastest ways to generate leads for your firm is by investing in Google Ads. While often expensive for attorneys, millions of potential claimants click on ads from Google every single year. Writing a savvy ad that tempts users to click is important, but ad extensions are a great way to entice users to choose your ad over your competitions’. Ad extensions are additional pieces of information about your law firm. While there are nearly 20 ad extensions you can choose to add to any campaign, here are four extensions you may find most beneficial.
Blogging is a great way to grow your firm’s online presence. Not only is a blog an easy place to add unique content, but a blog also gives you the potential to sign up clients based on your own insights on a legal subject. The only issue here is you may not be able to get more clients unless you have subscribers to your blog. Here are some tips your firm may find beneficial for increasing your blog’s readership and signing up more clients.
Mother’s Day is just around the corner! While we hope you’re showering your mom or the special women in your life with gifts and good company, Mother’s Day isn’t all about getting the best reservation in town. We learn countless lessons from our moms as a child and even into adulthood. Here are some lessons that your mom likely taught you that may even help you handle your legal leads:
It’s every legal marketer’s worst nightmare: you’ve spent thousands on your cost per click (CPC) or search engine optimization (SEO) campaigns, and yet you’re still not increasing your caseload. If you’re getting plenty of traffic to your campaigns but you’re still not generating any leads, here are some tactics you can try to generate more leads and sign more clients for your law firm:
It’s likely your firm uses Google Ads to generate leads online. Why wouldn’t you—the internet is currently the top source consumers use to find an attorney. Google is far and away the largest search engine in the world, meaning you have the potential to find all the clients your firm needs on Google alone.