Sean currently works in FindLaw's Performance Organization in the area of web content where he provides guidance on strategies, tactics and techniques designed to improve client branding, onsite SEO, site engagement and site conversion. Prior to joining FindLaw, Sean ran his own design and marketing firm focusing on delivering print and digital marketing solutions for small- and medium-sized businesses. Follow Sean and the rest of the FindLaw team of marketing experts on Twitter.
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August 1, 2014
According to Google, as much as 30 percent of all content on the web can be considered duplicate content – a no-no in the world of online marketing. Of that 30 percent, the vast majority has nothing at all to do with plagiarism or lazy writing. It’s labeled “duplicate” because of the way…
July 1, 2014
As we discussed previously, your website’s headline is your firm’s first impression – the first chance to communicate the value of the legal services you are offering. In this post, we’ll offer three ideas for crafting a strong, engaging headline. 1. Focus on the potential client Headlines need to be active.
June 19, 2014
Call it a title or slogan or headline. Whatever the term, the headline on the home page your law firm’s website is the most important piece of content you have to get a potential client engaged in what you have to say. There is no more prominently featured real estate on your site…
April 24, 2014
Think of your law firm’s website as a standard 8.5×11 piece of copy paper. You have plenty of space to share what your firm is all about – maybe a nice headshot, list of practice areas, accomplishments, etc. Now let’s say you had to fit it all on a 3×5 index card
February 19, 2014
Have you Googled your law firm recently? Did you notice that the description of your site was a bit different than the last time you checked? There’s a reason for that. That text is called a “meta description,” and it’s something that every major search engine uses. When you see it in search results…