A recent article derided the use of stock images for law firm websites – claiming, “Most of them are unrealistic, not very engaging and very stiff.” The author instead suggested law firms invest significant time and money to take all of their own personalized photos. While the author’s critique may be true for a small…
Author: Lisa Hopkins
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.
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.
Read answers to some of the most commonly asked questions and concerns regarding email signatures.
Logo files can come in many different formats, and each one should be used for the proper purpose. Using the wrong file type creates instances of blurry logos or logos rendered in the wrong color or size. Find out more about what you should use when.
Google+ may be dead, but Google My Business Listings continue to become more and more important for law firms. Make sure you are up-to-date with the latest developments.
If your law firm’s website isn’t converting visitors into leads, it’s time to investigate why. This article includes seven things that could be impacting your law firm website’s conversion rates, and how you should address them.