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…
If you are undertaking a content marketing strategy or launching a new website, you need to understand a concept called “readability” and the effect it has on SEO value and user experience. While readability was not always an important factor to consider for SEO, it’s becoming hugely significant and you will need to be mindful of it.
Depending on who you ask, writing titles for your content may be the easiest or hardest part. Regardless of whether or not titles come to you naturally, it’s important to know the difference between a good title and a bad one. This might seem obvious, but the truth might just surprise you.
Part One: Negative Reviews on Facebook and Google Practicing law is providing a professional service, and thus law firms benefit from online reviews. However, opening yourself and your law firm up to receiving reviews doesn’t just allow for positive news. Receiving negative feedback can be devastating, as these reviews are often left flippantly, sometimes even…
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.
As we cope with the loss of our old friend Google Plus, we can now say hello to a new(ish) and improved way for your business to share news: Google Posts.