British statesman Winston Churchill once wrote, “Those that fail to learn from history are doomed to repeat it.” And, while this quote and its variations are usually invoked to discuss political and cultural issues, the message definitely applies to marketing expenditures as well. Looking at what a law firm has done in the past can…
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While the Google search engine doesn’t share exactly how many searches are performed, it’s estimated that Google handles approximately 63,000 search queries every second. As Google has continued to grow and evolve over the years, the company has developed tools to help companies and business owners better understand their own website traffic. Google now provides…
Microsoft Bing is the third most used search engine (behind Google and YouTube) and is often overlooked in law firm marketing. Here’s why your law firm should make an effort with its Bing presence, and how to properly optimize your Bing Places for Business listing.
From helping to improve search rankings, to building authority and a powerful reputation in your field, client testimonials can provide huge advantages. The question many are left with is, once you receive a great review from a client, what should you do with it?
While Google provides multiple free tools, Search Console is possibly the most crucial yet most underutilized tool in the pack.
Every law firm website contains internal links, but why are they often ignored? One of the simplest things you can do to improve the health of your law firm website and its overall performance in search rankings is internal link building. Internal linking is a marketing power move that is often underrated, largely because it is misunderstood. If you have been neglecting the inclusion of internal and external hyperlinks in your website content, follow the guide below for best practices on internal linking that can make a huge difference in the success of your online legal marketing.
Domain authority is a score developed to analyze how likely your website is to rank on SERPs – or search engine result pages. While a website’s domain authority analysis includes a variety of metrics and variables just like Google’s algorithm does, it focuses heavily on the number of referring domains (also commonly called backlinks) for a given website.