While Google provides multiple free tools, Search Console is possibly the most crucial yet most underutilized tool in the pack.
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With the migration to online services, it is now more important than ever to fix your site and page speed. Internet users are less tolerant of slow websites, and if your law firm site is not fast enough, it will lead to decreased exposure in search results and less engagement with visitors. Optimizing your website for speed can be tricky if you are not familiar with coding.
By now, most lawyers know it’s important to have a website that performs well on mobile devices. Mobile traffic accounts for a large percentage of website traffic, and Google has largely transitioned to “mobile-first” indexing of websites. Having a responsively designed website is only part of what your law firm needs to succeed with mobile…
Video content is popping up everywhere in the digital world these days. Despite its popularity, there is a common misconception that simply uploading a video to YouTube or Facebook is that’s all that is needed; however, that is not the case. You may not realize it, but optimization is crucial to the success of your…
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.
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.
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.