Whether you are looking to build your professional network, share your firm’s blog posts, awards, and accolades, or attract new clients, LinkedIn can be the place to do so. In order to achieve these LinkedIn objectives, however, your firm needs a plan of action. Read our tips for building a smart plan of action for your small law firm on LinkedIn.
Employees rarely stay with the same employer for their entire career anymore; and whether the law firm employee decides to leave or the firm terminates them, a law firm needs to have a plan in place for how to handle breaking digital ties with the former employee. Your first step toward making the breakup digitally…
In addition to complying with the applicable local state bar advertising rules, it’s also important to adhere to each award’s publication guidelines. Below are a few of the most common legal industry awards, along with exactly how you should list them on any advertising materials, including your law firm website.
Virtual law practices are nothing new. Many law firms have been opting to transition their businesses into the remote work-sphere to allow more time to work outside of a traditional office. While the convenience of having an executive suite or shared workspace for client meetings is a no-brainer to most, lately many law firms using these facilities for physical addresses have been negatively affected when it comes to Google My Business Listings.
Video content is popping up everywhere in the digital world these days. Despite its popularity, there is a common misconception that simply uploading a video to YouTube or Facebook is that’s all that is needed; however, that is not the case. You may not realize it, but optimization is crucial to the success of your…
If you are undertaking a content marketing strategy or launching a new website, you need to understand a concept called “readability” and the effect it has on SEO value and user experience. While readability was not always an important factor to consider for SEO, it’s becoming hugely significant and you will need to be mindful of it.
With the rise of mobile devices, tablets, and voice search over the past few years, the way we interact with search results is changing. Mobile devices now account for 50 percent or more of all traffic to websites (depending on the industry), and voice search (i.e. using your voice to ask an internet connected device such as Siri or Alexa a question) is projected to account for 50 percent of all searches by 2020.