How One Law Firm Lost Over 5k Views Per Month by Ending Their Blog Posting

How One Law Firm Lost Over 5k Views Per Month by Ending Their Blog Posting

Although I have a track record of working with many clients over a long period of time, occasionally, someone will end their services and decide to bring in an inhouse copywriter. One of my clients made that decision last summer to work with a local copywriter under the belief that this person would be able to come into their office on a weekly basis and discuss content strategy.

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How Much Should We Reference Case Outcomes on A Legal Blog?

How Much Should We Reference Case Outcomes on A Legal Blog?

Referencing case outcomes could seem like an easy and simple solution to sharing your firm’s expertise. However, you must be careful when it is sharing outcomes of particular cases on your blog as this could easily come under some of the violations of your state bar or even be considered advertising.

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Just How Much Experience Does Your Legal Copywriter Need to Have?

Just How Much Experience Does Your Legal Copywriter Need to Have?

Legal, like medical, technical, software and a few other industries, makes it all the more important to retain a copywriter for outsourcing projects who has extensive experience in the field. Whereas other more generalized niches allow for some room to work with newbies or people who perhaps aren’t that familiar with the detailed aspects of content marketing for your business, the same is not true in legal.

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Launching A Law Firm Blog: How to Do It the Right Way

Launching A Law Firm Blog: How to Do It the Right Way

So you already know your competition may have a leg up on you because they have been investing in the benefits of having a law firm blog for months or even years. Establishing a blog is not just a great way to reach your ideal audience, but it also sends a signal to Google about the kinds of services you offer directly to clients, meaning that people searching for you in your local area have a much higher chance of connecting with you based on how Google matches your website with their search query. But launching a law firm blog shouldn’t be done just for the sake of launching a blog to begin with.

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Does Social Media Really Matter for Law Firms?

Does Social Media Really Matter for Law Firms?

I once had a prospective client who complained that the traction they got on their social media channels, like Facebook, was extremely low. The engagement they had from people who were reading their law firm blog coming from Facebook, or even interacting on individual Facebook posts, was exceptionally low.

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How to Get Started with a Content Marketing Strategy for Your Law Firm

How to Get Started with a Content Marketing Strategy for Your Law Firm

Most attorneys recognize that they could benefit from a content marketing strategy, but there's a good chance you might not even know where to start. If that's you, you're not alone. Despite the fact that content marketing has revolutionized the legal industry in recent years, there are plenty of law firms that don't have any content marketing strategy or their content marketing strategy is referring to a handful of blogs thrown up at one point in time and then ignored for the following weeks and months.

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Using Calls to Action the Right Way for Your Law Firm Content and Blogs

Using Calls to Action the Right Way for Your Law Firm Content and Blogs

Every piece that you publish or share on behalf of your law firm should include a call to action. What you select as the call to action in this content will depend on what you’re hoping to achieve and it may also include strategies suggested by your legal SEO content writer.

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Infusing Your Law Firm's Content with Voice and Tone

Infusing Your Law Firm's Content with Voice and Tone

One of the leading reasons why law firms are hesitant to outsource their content development to a legal SEO writer is because they are concerned about the voice and tone of the firm coming across clearly. The voice and the tone of your firm will signal to a prospective reader the unique value proposition that you get to the table.

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