Your firm may have a website, but do you know if it is optimized for search engines? Optimizing a website starts with learning how to grade your site. Would you know what factors to use?

You should. The performance of your attorney website is critical to your success, after all.

FindLaw’s Web Audit Tool knows what kind of grade your site deserves. In fact, the tool may be exactly what you need to take your law firm marketing to the next level.

The Web Audit Tool is an easy-to-use, automated tool for evaluating websites. It’s fast and, oh yes, it’s free. Simply enter a few details about your law firm — such as firm name, site URL and key search terms – and you’re off.

So, are you ready to find out what kind of grade your website gets?

All you have to do is submit a free web audit request over at LawyerMarketing.com. You will instantly see how your current site measures up to online marketing best practices.

FindLaw’s Web Audit is a free search engine optimization (SEO) analysis that assesses the basic elements required for a legal website. This will help your website effectively serve as a client development tool. It’s a valuable exercise for any solo or small law firm.

More than simply helping you determine how competitive your firm’s website is, the Web Audit Tool also identifies areas that need improvement. Compiled by FindLaw from independent data sources, the Audit is essential to making the most out of your online presence. Once you have your results, one of our local consultants will contact you to review your web presence in a one-on-one conversation.

And who better than FindLaw to help you understand your grade and how to improve upon it?

With more than 15 years of legal industry and online marketing experience, FindLaw is the go-to resource for attorneys and law firms seeking a competitive edge and an effective online marketing presence.

Your website could be performing better than it is. FindLaw’s Web Audit Tool is here to help.

— Edwin Van Riessen, Director, Channel Marketing
with Adam Ramirez, FindLaw Audience Team

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