When it comes to marketing, being aware of your competitors is one of the most important aspects to any analysis. With overlapping practice areas and many firms operating within major metropolitan areas, understanding how to put together a comprehensive competitive analysis can give law firms the upper hand when it comes to strategizing their overall marketing efforts and beating out the competition.
Author: Elizabeth Flake
When it comes to writing digital content, it’s no secret that an important goal is for it to be seen by as many people as possible searching for your topic. While it may feel like Google is all that matters – and optimizing law firm content for that one search engine is challenging enough – a myriad of different factors matter when optimizing your writing for multiple search engines.
On any other seemingly normal workday, law firms use social media to connect with professional connections, existing clients, and local communities on everyday items such as offered services or practice areas, awards or accomplishments, and promoting speaking engagements, among other things. However, in light of ongoing concerns over the novel coronavirus or COVID-19, ensuring these platforms are also being utilized for crisis related communications is more paramount than ever.
When it comes to creating content for a web page or blog entry, it’s easy to assume the process simply entails writing and publishing the content. Most website content is written with an eye toward search engine optimization (SEO), in order to help a site rank higher in search engine results and thus be seen by more potential clients. Writing content designed to rank in different search engines can be incredibly beneficial for any law practice.
When it comes to search engines like Google, algorithm updates can occur at virtually any moment. These updates can affect how websites are ranked in organic search results. Recently, the massively popular search engine announced it would be rolling out its latest round of changes early this year. Read below to learn more about how these updates can affect your law firm website and its Google rankings.
As we gear up for the end of the decade and enter into 2020, it’s important to reflect on how to improve our advertising efforts. Digital marketing, in particular, has many different facets, with video marketing being one of them. Contrary to what some believe, video marketing can work for law firms of all shapes and sizes. From solo practices to massive international law firms—let’s take a look at how video marketing will change in the new year and how your law firm can best utilize it.
It has become increasingly common to see (and hear) others asking questions and making requests directly to their smartphones and other mobile devices. For some, the days of typing in a URL and waiting for a browser to load a webpage on a phone are over. Now, one can easily ask Siri, Alexa, or any other voice-activated controls a question or use them to create a reminder.