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4 Mistakes to Avoid During Your Holiday Social Media Campaigns
Given the uncertainty and gloom many have experienced this year, the holidays should be a time of coming together and making an impact, and it is crucial your law firm takes the time to do it right. Read our tips to learn which mistakes to avoid during your law firm’s holiday social media giving campaign.
5 Simple Steps To Optimize Your Google My Business Listing
Despite the prevalence of Google searches and the many perks of having a robust online presence, many businesses – including law firms – fail to utilize the extremely important and free tool that is Google My Business.
How to use hashtags: A guide for law firms on social media
There are numerous tools out there to help promote your law firm on social media. Perhaps one of the most powerful and effective tools being used today is the hashtag.
Optimizing Digital Content for a Variety of Search Engines
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.
Blog Post Checklist: Steps To Ensure Law Firm Blogs Reach Their Audience
It is especially important to stand out now with the deluge of content being dispersed amidst COVID-19 and the influx of users on the web. Believe it or not, blog promotion goes way beyond hitting the publish button and sharing a link on social media.
How Law Firms Can Use Social Media for Crisis Communications
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.