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- Local Marketing Strategies For Law FirmsSeptember 7, 2016 - 7:00 am
There is a fine line between successful attorneys and ones who are financially struggling.
The difference among the two is most likely the marketing strategies each one has adopted. This doesn’t necessarily reflect on the lawyer’s capability to be a proficient and effective attorney, but they may not be presenting themselves appropriately to the public to achieve the clientele they desire.
- 6 Tips to Speed Up Your Law Firms WebsiteAugust 17, 2016 - 7:00 am
The speed in which your attorney website loads is crucial in creating a positive experience for the visitor. Additionally, a website’s loading speed is also factored into your Google ranking, which is necessary when growing your audience.
If a website fails to load completely within a few seconds, the user will become frustrated, move on to the next site and will most likely never return. When designing websites for clients, my goal is to have the website load in less than 2 seconds. You also risk visitors telling others that they failed to have a good experience on your site and may recommend another alternative. A slow website will not only lose a current visitor but potential future visitors, as well, causing a decrease in conversion rates.