Law Firm Marketing: When Is the Best Time to Post to Your Blog?

If you missed our first two posts over the weekend in a 3-part series on how timing affects your online law firm marketing efforts, go back and check them out:

Social Media for Lawyers: When Is The Best Time to Post on Facebook and Twitter?

When Is the Best Time to Send Law Firm Marketing Emails?

As the third infographic in this timing series from HubSport, Dan Zarrella and SearchEngineLand.com points out, timing has an effect on the effectiveness of blog posts as well.  

The pros of posting during the day include more visitors and engagement; the cons are you may be drowned out in the noise of other online activity. The pros of posting during the evening may include more prominence, but you lose the benefits of more visitors and more engagement with your post – which is the purpose of a blog in the first place.

This infographic is presented in Eastern Time (ET) unless otherwise noted:

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