Case Results

Why You Should Have Case Results On Your Law Firm Website

There’s one thing the law firm marketing experts at Stacey E. Burke, P.C. are always asking clients to provide, but we almost never receive: case results and/or representative matters. Case results should be present on every law firm website because they provide significant value. Unfortunately, since we can’t read minds, we have to rely on our clients to provide us with this information. Any lawyer that has successfully handled or assisted in any type of legal matter has case results, and they should absolutely be on your website. Here’s why.

Google Algorithm Updates

UPDATED: Google Algorithm Updates

The challenging thing about Search Engine Optimization (SEO) is that Google and other search engines are constantly updating their search algorithms. What is considered “quality” and “relevant” changes frequently. While Google makes a few minor algorithm updates daily, every now and then Google rolls out a much more comprehensive update.

WHY LONG FORM VIDEO CONTENT SHOULD BE INCLUDED IN YOUR MARKETING STRATEGY

Why Long Form Video Content Should Be Included in Your Marketing Strategy

When it comes to video marketing, most of us think of the short video clips we’ve seen on Facebook that are anywhere from 30 seconds to two minutes long. This comes from the notion that because we have supposed short attention spans the videos we create and post should be kept short in order to encourage more engagement and gain views. This might’ve been the case not long ago, research is showing an increasing trend of longer form video content.

Medic Update

Understanding The Medic Update and Google’s YMYL Websites

It’s rare that Google algorithm updates ever directly impacts the legal industry. Luckily (or unluckily depending on your outlook), a Google algorithm update that began on August 1st takes direct aim at law firm websites. In the first month of August, law firms may have seen their organic website traffic fall off a cliff or skyrocket exponentially. Unfortunately, unless you are actively engaged in a very comprehensive SEO strategy, you probably suffered a loss.

WHAT HAPPENS AFTER YOU SUBMIT AN ARTICLE FOR PUBLICATION?

What Happens After You Submit An Article for Publication?

In a previous blog, I discussed the importance of knowing the ins-and-outs of how to properly submit an article for publication—but what steps should you take once the article has been published? Many law firms put the bulk of their work into getting the article written, reviewed, edited, submitted, and published, assuming that once published, the work is done. This however, isn’t necessarily true.

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