Competition for leads and cases can be a crowded place, especially in saturated areas of law, like personal injury or Social Security disability. Because of this, means need to be taken to make sure your firm gets ahead of competing firms. Use the guidelines below to help stay one step ahead of your competition.
Looking for some different ways to change up your marketing in 2020? Check out these different ideas to work in with your traditional marketing in the New Year!
Have you heard of BERT? And no, we’re not talking about the Sesame Street character. Chances are that even if you haven’t heard of BERT, you’ve likely seen some of the repercussions on your firm’s site. In case you haven’t guessed, BERT is one of Google’s most recent major changes. But what exactly is BERT? And how will it impact your firm’s site?
Looking to increase the amount of leads generated on your firm’s site? Take a look at our checklist below to make sure your site will convert visitors to leads.
Blogging is a great way to keep your site updated with fresh content. You can target content subjects based on keywords you’d like your firm to rank for on search results. The blogs you post can be used to help build your firm’s backlink profile. They can be tailored to the claimants you’d like to attract and subsequently help generate desirable leads. To make sure your firm is reaping the benefits of having a blog, avoid these common mistakes!
As 2019 comes to a close, it’s time to reflect on the marketing lessons learned this past year. These lessons can then be taken into the New Year to help develop new marketing strategies and avoid mistakes that may have happened in 2019. They can help shape your new marketing plans and inspire you to try something new. As you make your 2020 New Year marketing resolution, keep in mind these lessons:
Once you create your law firm’s website, it’s easy to begin to overlook some different elements. But neglecting these elements can actually hurt your website’s search engine optimization (SEO) and potentially even your conversion rate. Next time you update your firm’s site, consider taking a deeper dive into these elements that you may have been overlooking.
As holiday season is approaching, Santa Claus is likely finalizing his naughty and nice list, making sure to check it twice. You should consider doing the same for your lead provider. But what factors go into evaluating if your lead provider has been good or bad this year? Here are some tips on how you can figure out which list your lead provider belongs on:
With Thanksgiving around the corner, you may already have the delicious dinner on your mind. Between the turkey, mashed potatoes, cranberry sauce, green bean casserole and stuffing, there’s a lot to love. These beloved dishes can come in all different shapes and sizes. Stuffing can be prepared from scratch, from a box, made of cornbread, cooked in the turkey or made from the side. But, is all stuffing good?
In today’s world, many people find the goods or services they are looking for online. This means that the first impression a potential claimant gets of your firm may not be your firm’s site, but rather the search results. The paid ads, Google Business Listing, and/or any reviews may be seen before a claimant even reaches your firm’s site. Because of this, you may want to Google your firm periodically to understand what a potential claimant may see. From there, you can then tailor your online marketing accordingly.