Search engine optimization or SEO is both complicated and always changing. Because of this, many SEO myths get disseminated that are hard to shake. From Google Analytics, Google search listings, social media, and everything in between, not everything is as cut and dry as it seems. Here are five SEO myths busted.
Category: Digital Marketing
Many lawyers work to broaden their public exposure and community outreach by participating in CLEs, speaking on panels, and participating in other events. Lawyers can also obtain industry recognition by submitting articles for publication. While this may seem like a simple task, there a process should be followed—regardless of the publication—to ensure nothing is missed along the way.
One of the top ways users find websites is through search engine results. Therefore, your law firm’s exact appearance in search results is incredibly important for attracting users. Luckily, webmasters can specify which information – called metadata – can both appear in search engine results. Not all metadata is created equal there are numerous rules to abide by to get the most out of your metadata.
While there are misconceptions when it comes to marketing, there are many more when it comes to the ethics and methods surrounding law firm marketing. Most law firms need and desire to offer their best services to their potential clientele, which begs the question of how law firms can then separate themselves from the herd. Here are five of the most common misconceptions about marketing for law firms:
Google AdWords is one of the most popular digital advertising platforms in the world. It can help advertisers connect with potential customers all over the world. Unfortunately, many of Google AdWords advertising policies make running AdWords campaigns nearly impossible unless you know how to work with them. Below, we discuss four Google AdWords advertising policies lawyers need to know about to be successful with Google paid search advertising.
Video has made a big splash in the world of digital marketing over the past few years. According to HubSpot, 72 percent of people would rather watch a video to learn about a product or service than read text and 97 percent of marketers also found video helped increase user understanding of products or services. It’s important to know the ins and outs of these tools in order to better understand how they can play into your marketing efforts.
Looking at a website’s bounce rate is one the quickest ways to determine whether or not the website is successful. A “bounce” occurs when a user lands on your site and leaves without visiting any other pages, interacting with the site, or completing a conversion. A bounce rate is the percentage of users who bounce. Having a high bounce rate is bad news because it means users aren’t engaging with your website, reducing your number of conversions.