Law Firm Marketing

Google Chrome Will Soon Start Labeling Websites as Non-Secure. Should I Move My Website to HTTPS?

By On September 10, 2016
With No Comments In Law Firm Marketing

This week Google announced that starting in January 2017, their Chrome browser will start marking HTTP sites that transmit passwords or credit cards as non-secure. For a while now, Google has been making an effort to get websites to convert their sites to HTTPS…. read more

Top 5 things people look for before hiring a lawyer

By On May 22, 2016
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We conducted a survey this week and with over 300 responses, here is the word cloud we assembled for what people look for before hiring a lawyer. The #1 thing? Not surprisingly cost. Here are the top 5 1. Cost… read more

9 Tips for Successful Law Firm Marketing in 2016

By On March 31, 2016
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What are the strategies and tactics that the very best law firm marketers are using to be successful in 2016? If you want to give your firm the best chance to succeed, you need to know what other smart marketers… read more

Should I be using PPC advertising to market my law firm in 2016?

By On March 16, 2016
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You may have heard or seen by now that Google has removed all ads that appear on the right side of desktop search results pages. At the same time, they now show 4 paid ads at the top of the… read more

Google Analytics Referral Spam

By On December 14, 2015
With No Comments In Law Firm Marketing

If you’ve looked at your referring visitors to your website inside of Google Analytics lately, you may have noticed some strange sources of traffic to your site. If that’s not something you normally do, it’s time you start looking. Some people… read more

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