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    Today, 3 out of 4 consumers seeking an attorney use online resources at some point in the process. Lawyer SEO Marketing positions your firm in front of your audience at just the right time, when they search for your services.

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  • Local Search

    The local search ecosystem is constantly shifting. Are you staying in front of your competition? Our research on local SEO is industry leading. We are able to accomplish that through consistent, data driven methods that lend the clearest picture of this ever-changing landscape. Contact us today to see what we can do for your firm.

  • Organic SEO

    Internet marketing is bigger than search engine rankings...but those sure do help! Our efforts are centered around what will drive more cases to your firm. Every decision that we make, regarding your online marketing efforts, is audited by that sentiment. We do our research before employing any strategies for your campaign.

  • Legal Content & Blogging

    Your website content defines your firm. Is yours good enough? There is an important balance between writing the people who visit your website, and writing it in a way that search engines can understand the content. We have proven, successful tactics that increase search engine visibility, and drive more conversions.

The Blog

The sole purpose of this blog is to help you make more informed choices when it comes to your law firm's internet marketing efforts. If there is a topic that you would like to see covered, and you do not see it in our blog, we encourage you to contact us and we will do our best to address it.

  • 3 Tactics for Better Practice Area Pages

    3 Tactics for Better Practice Area Pages

    July 21st, 2014

    Every attorney in every city in the U.S. wants their website to rank high in Google for search queries containing [their practice area + their city/state] What most don’t know, however, is how to make the content on their practice area pages relevant and useful for their users, and perhaps eve

  • Creating Custom Google Maps for Local SEO

    Creating Custom Google Maps for Local SEO

    July 1st, 2014

    Google Maps has pretty much always had the ability to create custom maps. Unfortunately many people seem to overlook these maps quite often. Not only do they provide a great user experience, a custom map can also help you gain more visibility in your local presence. It’s especially handy if yo

  • Law Firm Link Building Tactics: Beyond Directories

    Law Firm Link Building Tactics: Beyond Directories

    June 24th, 2014

    Previously on this blog, Casey published an awesome attorney link building resource, complete with 65 legal-niche sites to which attorneys can submit their firm’s website. Today, we’ll assume that you have taken advantage of those low-hanging fruit opportunities and are ready for some ad

  • How to Track Conversions on a Law Firm Website

    How to Track Conversions on a Law Firm Website

    June 17th, 2014

    As a bit of a technical nerd I relish in these topics, but in all seriousness, conversion tracking is a critical part of any legal marketing campaign. Without having some sort of conversion tracking set up it will be impossible to tell which aspects of your online marketing are working, and which ar

  • How to Optimize Your Justia Profile

    How to Optimize Your Justia Profile

    May 22nd, 2014

    The small things add up. Details matter. Here is what you will need to know in order to optimize your Justia profile as efficiently as possible and maximize its effect on your marketing efforts. Estimated time—if you find no duplicate listing of your firm—20 minutes to a complete profile. 7 Thin

  • How to Conduct a Focus Group on Your Law Firm’s Website

    How to Conduct a Focus Group on Your Law Firm’s Website

    May 17th, 2014

    If you are considering making significant changes to your website, there are essentially two methods you can use: 1. Make completely random changes based on what you think is good, or 2. Collect data that helps you make effective changes. Hint: You should go with number 2. It’s not easy to inc