4 Things Prospects Want to Know from Your Law Firm WebsiteWhen someone visits your law firm website, you don’t have much time to engage them – industry research indicates most prospects spend less than 10 seconds evaluating your website or blog and if they find nothing immediately relevant to them, they quickly move on. You must grab them from the very first moment they land

I have worked with over 18,000 attorneys and have seen just about every kind of law firm website there is. Some are great, many are good, and unfortunately, there are some that are really bad. As you can imagine, the attorneys who have the bad websites are the ones who think online marketing is a

If you’ve been practicing law for more than 10 years, you probably hated creating your first law firm website. Chances are that it was too expensive, took too long to develop and probably doesn’t even have half the functionality that today’s sites do.

Bottom line:  If your law firm website is not generating quality leads

7 Essential Elements of a Great Law Firm WebsiteBy now, you surely know that prospects are checking you out online and one of the first places they will go to is your law firm website. Be sure to check your site for these features – having them incorporated into your site can double your Internet and website leads:

#1:  Onsite optimization. If you

The 4 Critical Questions Your Law Firm Website Must Answer to Get & Convert More LeadsHow effective your online marketing is in generating leads for your law firm and nurturing those leads to become clients depends on how successful you are at identifying and speaking to your prospects’ “point of pain” – the problems they need your help in solving.

You don’t have much time to engage them – industry

Far too often, a law firm website is a vanity project.  Many firms want a big, glossy photo of their attorneys (preferably in an imposing board room), and their awards or recognitions prominently displayed on the home page.

Unfortunately, that doesn’t mean anything to your prospective clients. Here’s what they want to know when they