Google My Business drives local business search results in Google search, maps, Google voice search, and more. In order to ensure your law firm is getting the most out of its listing, we’ve put together a checklist of best practices.
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If you want your law firm website to appear at the top of Google organic search results for important keywords, then local SEO should be at the top of your marketing task list. Local citations are an integral part of local SEO, because the more relevant websites that link to yours, the better your website…
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…
There is always more to be done when it comes to optimizing your firm’s digital assets. With any marketing strategy, you must determine your priorities and figure out how to get the most out of your existing properties. Along those lines, next on your strategy list should be SEO’s little sister: social media optimization (SMO).
Building backlinks to your law firm website is an extremely detailed process that is very time-consuming. If you are practicing law, chances are you won’t have time to undertake a meaningful analysis or to engage in outreach to acquire links. That’s where we come in – the legal marketing experts of Stacey E. Burke, P.C. handle effective link building strategies for lawyers across the country.
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.
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.