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Start a Blog During Law School

Nov 29, 2015 | by Stacey Burke | Content Marketing | Blogging
What Is A Blog? A blog is a digital location where a collection of posts is stored. A blog can be private, requiring password access, or it can be public, which allows anyone with the URL to read what you post. Blogs began as online journals where bloggers wrote about their day-to-day activities; but now blogging encompasses a broad spectrum of Internet content. A blog can be about anything, but for purposes of this post, I recommend that one law student maintains a blog about... [MORE]

Law Firms Can No Longer Ignore Social Media

For lawyers who remain reluctant to use social media, for reasons including an inability track return on investment via traditional means, the time has come to get over it. Greater social signals can not only drive inbound traffic to your website, but they can also help your law firm rank higher in search results. While some dispute the connection between social signals and organic rankings, social signals already impact search visibility. Google and the other search engines have... [MORE]

Online Reviews For Lawyers

Oct 20, 2015 | by Stacey Burke | Marketing Services
When people look to hire a service provider, more than ever before they are turning to the Internet and reading customer reviews and ratings. So many sites are devoted to the ranking and review of various companies that it is hard to tell which reviews are accurate or worthwhile to read. There are even services you can hire to create fake reviews for your business – but Google doesn’t like that and Amazon is even suing fake reviewers at the moment. Everywhere we go online (and off)... [MORE]

Google Authorship is Not Really Dead

Gary Illyes, Webmaster Trends Analyst for Google Switzerland, recently spoke at SMX East, making the surprise recommendation for webmasters to keep including Google Authorship on new websites, and not to remove it if it is already in place. The reason he cited was Google might use it again in the future. Many webmasters stopped implementing Google Authorship on their websites over a year ago after authorship and related photos were dropped from search results.  If you have not set... [MORE]

SEO Tips for Social Media Managers

A great article and infographic from Sprout Social for lawyers to read about social media's impact on SEO: "The connection between social media and SEO has been debated for years. Marketers continue to argue over whether or not social media activity influences search rankings and while there’s evidence to support both sides, the truth is that there’s no concrete answer. What we do know is that social media can be used as a part of your SEO strategy." [MORE]

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