Google wants your website to be “mobile-friendly.” But apart from keeping Google happy – and what website owner doesn’t want to keep Google happy? – there are also other reasons your website should be mobile-friendly. Over half of all traffic to consumer sites now comes from mobile devices. B2B sites have been a little slower
Great content is at the heart of any online marketing program, but great content alone isn’t enough. Everyone in business is now tuned in to the importance of social media, but some people don’t understand the importance of social media advertising. Promoting good content via social media advertising helps you in two ways: it can
This is part two of our two-part blog on types of bad writing we often see on legal websites. These are all real examples, some of them taken from websites created by firms that charge over $10,000 per month for content like this. Only the locations have been changed to protect the guilty. For part
When we’re developing new websites for law firm clients, or revamping old sites, we always look to see what their competitors are doing. As we said in our article on Content Marketing for Law Firms, If your firm’s website is just like all the other law firm websites in your area, then what’s the point
Do I really need a blog? Yeah, you probably do. Some businesses (a fortunate few) don’t care about where they show up in Google search results. For them, a website is like a brochure they hand out to leads developed elsewhere – usually by referrals. Businesses like that don’t really need a blog – although
Findlaw, a leading website development and online marketing firm for lawyers, has been sued by one of its clients for botching its website redesign.