By the Numbers
What's happening with law firms & the legal industry.
A successful website launch is critical for your firm’s business development, and with all the moving parts, it is easy to miss important steps. Fortunately, you can avoid the mistakes that countless developers have learned the hard way by following an established checklist.
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To help generate leads, law firms are increasingly using infographics to help demystify and explain complex legal concepts to attract potential clients and advertise their services.
Taking care of your law firm’s Facebook page can be time-consuming, but the time invested directly pays off when your page attracts followers and potential clients.
According to digital marketers, 80 percent of social media leads come from LinkedIn. It is an excellent platform for lawyers to build their brand.
Rich snippets are Google Search results that are enhanced with additional functionality or data.
Reviews matter because 84 percent of consumers trust reviews as personal recommendations when deciding what business.
Keyword stuffing adds additional descriptors to a law firm’s business name on their GMB that are not a part of the firm’s registered legal name.
Internet users rely on testimonials for various reasons, ranging from informing a major purchase decision to hiring an attorney.
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