Website Essentials Checklist

Website Essentials Checklist

Legal Marketing Playbook 103 Beyond A Basic Website

Constructing an appealing, easy to navigate website is key to bringing in online legal consumers. Your website gives legal consumers their first impression of your firm but creating a website that turns visitors into clients can be challenging.

So how well-suited is your firm’s website to attract potential clients? One of the key factors in analyzing success for any law firm is producing leads. Simply put, a potential client visits your website and fills out a form to learn more or schedule an initial consultation. If you don’t have a plan in place to actively capture and evaluate this information it could end up costing you clients.

Websites are never set-it-and-forget-it. Each month, you should give your website a quick once-over to make certain that it’s looking good and meeting performance expectations.

Enter the Website Essentials Checklist. A comprehensive list of information your firm’s website should include to make a lasting impression with potential clients.

What you’ll get:

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Quick ways to enhance your website.

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Straightforward best practices law firm websites should adhere to.

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Tips to make your website more user friendly.

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What information is the most valuable to potential clients.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Why is a Website Essentials Checklist necessary for my firm?

This checklist will help you to better understand what your website is missing and give you tips on what to improve on.

Is this free?

All of our downloadable resources are completely free. After filling out the short form, you’ll receive the Website Essential Checklist via email.

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