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How do the new LSA Ads for lawyers impact local search?

By On October 25, 2020
With No Comments In Law Firm Marketing

Most people involved in search have heard about Local Services Ads (LSAs) from Google. If you haven’t, these are the ads that appear at the top of the search results on Google for certain searches related to finding local businesses…. read more

Google Guaranteed/Screened Certification for Lawyers

By On August 5, 2020
With No Comments In Google Locals

In July 2020, Google announced it would be rolling out Google Guaranteed certification to non-advertisers for a monthly fee. This “upgraded” Google My Business Profile will feature a Google Screened badge (or Google Guaranteed badge for non-legal) and may also… read more

Why does law firm SEO take a long time in 2020?

By On March 25, 2020
With No Comments In Search Engine Optimization

It’s the question everyone wants to know. “How long will it take till I start ranking on the 1st page of Google?” Especially with COVID-19 changing so many things for law firms all around the world at the moment, it… read more

How COVID-19 Impacts Law Firm Marketing

By On March 18, 2020
With No Comments In Law Firm Marketing

With the COVID-19 outbreak causing serious disruption to businesses of all types in 2020, many law firms are wondering what to do about their current marketing. Of course, no one single answer applies to all. The right answer for you… read more

New Study: How Consumers Choose Lawyers Online in 2020

By On November 19, 2019
With No Comments In Law Firm Marketing

As we enter the 2020 year (our 15th year in business providing Internet marketing for law firms), competition among law firms who are competing for business online has never been more fierce than it is now. If your law firm… read more

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