HomeBlog

legal website

now browsing by tag

 
 

SAVE MONEY Hiring a Legal Content Writer

Hiring a Legal Content Writer for $30-$60 a Blog Post is Cheaper than Assigning Your Associate Who Bills Clients at $200 an Hour The practice of law is expensive–we know that.  Some experts require two or three thousand dollars just for them to review your case and decide whether orRead More…


Do you Know what is the Most Popular Way to Find a Lawyer?

Lawyers throw money into many different ways to advertise their services.  This includes on the television, radio, yellow pages, with bar associations, and on the internet.  But not all of these ways are effective, and many of them are a waste.  This is particularly true for small firms or firmsRead More…


Using Your Legal Blog Effectively to Improve Your Law Firm Website

While a legal blog is no substitute for a substantial law firm website, your legal blog is an essential tool to increase the visibility of your law firm website.  In fact, blog websites are primed to create traffic flow to the individual posts much faster than a regular website isRead More…


What is PageRank and Why It Matters for Legal Content

Too many legal content writers go off the “content is king” approach.  That is not entirely true though.  Legal content is much more complex than just drafting blog posts and articles.  But as you’ll read in this post, content is less than one-fourth of a webpage’s overall ranking.  Each postRead More…


Why to Hire a Legal Content Writer for your Law Firm Website

Many people ask why hire a legal content writer to draft blog posts or articles for your firm’s website.  Many firms typically assign this task to their support staff, associates, or even have partners/members and of counsel on a rotating schedule.  This is a flawed approach for many reasons. First,Read More…


10 Reasons Why Lawyers Should Market Their Services Online

Recent studies show that search engine queries have surpassed Yellow Page and directories for local business searches.  In addition, less and less people cite paper advertising as their primary source of information; upwards of seventy-five percent refer to search engines seeking local services as their first resource.  Moreover, your bestRead More…


Online Legal Marketing: Beyond Just Having a Website

Did you know that almost eighty-percent of consumers researching legal information use the internet?  Did you also know that online legal directories receive millions of visitors each year all looking to obtain representation? While having a website is certainly a step in the right direction, to effectively tap into thisRead More…


Does Your Law Firm’s Online Marketing Comply With ABA Rules?

This post is a must read for any attorneys or law firms using internet marketing.  You want to make sure that your practice is complying with the ethical rules when it comes to internet marketing.  But this should not be your only stop.  Each state has different ethical rules toRead More…


10 Marketing Tips for Young Attorneys

One of the most important parts about being a lawyer is marketing–something not taught directly in law school.  For young attorneys and small to even mid-sized firms, it is incredibly difficult to effectively market.  Particularly because larger firms or more prominent sole practitioners can expend enormous amounts of money onRead More…


Why A Legal Website’s Content is Important

Let’s face it, finding new clients is getting more and more difficult.  First, there are a lot of attorneys in the United States to compete with.  And second, because hiring an attorney is expensive, potential clients in this turbulent economy are shopping around for the “best buy.” This makes competitionRead More…


© 2012 NAB Legal Marketing, LLC. All Rights Reserved. Contains attorney advertising; prior results do not guarantee a similar outcome. Disclaimer: This website is intended to convey general information about NAB Legal Marketing, LLC ("NAB"). NAB does not provide any legal services. Information portrayed through samples is not intended to be, and should not be considered, legal advice, legal counseling, or legal opinion. NAB does not warrant that the information contained on this website is accurate or complete, and hereby disclaims any and all liability to any person for any loss or damage caused by errors or omissions contained herein. Terms of a contract, and not information on the website, govern the agreement between NAB and the client. If terms in a contract are silent, information on the entire website is evidence of intent of between NAB and the client. | Design Theme by: D5 Creation | Powered by: WordPress