Ever wondered about that nifty Google Map Pack that magically pops up when you’re hunting for your next taco joint or the closest grocery store? You know the one that lists three local gems and pins them on a map? Well, it’s a game-changer when it comes to local search for law firms, too.
Clients want to know they’re in capable hands, and a blog can help you establish that you know what you’re doing. A blog can also improve your reputation among other legal professionals.
Like cheese or bread, your website comes with an expiry date—and if you don’t pay attention, you could end up serving up moldy, stinky design to your potential clients.
“I don’t want more business”. Congrats on being flush with work! But this doesn’t exempt you from the need for a strong online presence. There are smarter ways to limit and redirect new inquiries than keeping a subpar website to discourage people from reaching out.
Struggling to pick the right photos for your law firm’s website? There’s a lot to consider, but you definitely need more than basic stock photos. We’ve rounded up the most important criteria to help you make a powerful first impression with the photos on your practice’s site.
Smart spending is only smart if you get a good price and a good outcome. The truth is that firm website design costs can range wildly, from the temptingly low monthly fees of DIY sites to the high rates associated with custom sites.
Make your move and stand out from the crowd—here’s how to use movement and motion graphics to customize your attorney site.