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Email marketing is awesome. It has the highest return on investment of any marketing channel. Better than social media. Better than PPC. So what would an email marketing campaign look like for your law firm? Earlier this week, I wrote a post over at Lawyerist on automated email campaigns to send, and today I wanted to explore that topic a bit further.
Today, we’re diving into blogging and law firm SEO from the perspective of “I want to get more clients for my law practice via the Internet.” When it comes to building traffic and getting clients via search engines, blogging is a sustainable way to get you there. When I say “sustainable” I mean, it’s not a cheap, “black-hat” SEO trick that gets you traffic one mo ...
2017 is going to be the year. It will be the year your firm starts getting serious about X. If X for your firm happens to be: Getting more potential clients Improving the client intake process Converting more potential clients and intakes to retained clients Then, this is the post for you.
Building a family law practice takes specific strategies and skills that are not applicable to every other practice area. You wouldn’t advertise a family law firm like you would a personal injury or DUI practice. So, we’re sharing some of our top strategies for building a family law practice to help you generate more clients – the types of clients that you’re looking for.
See you in New Orleans in September? JurisPage will be at the Clio Cloud Conference in New Orleans next month at the Hyatt Regency Hotel. I’ve written about “Cliocon” in the past – 2015 Cliocon Recap, 2014 Cliocon Recap. Whether or not you are a Clio user, it’s a great conference to attend. Now I know what you may be thinking: “I’ve been to legal conferences before.
If you are running an online advertising campaign for your law firm in Google Adwords, you may have noticed some recent changes to the interface. If you are anything like me, you probably saw the change and thought, “Hm…. what the heck is this? Why did they break Adwords?” And if you haven’t seen the changes yet, you will soon… There is a new Google Adwords pla ...
Flash – the once-popular platform for websites and apps – has an expiration date. Many of you might be thinking, “Are people really still using Flash?” After Apple blocked Flash from the iPhone, citing security and performance concerns, most websites took the cue to leave Flash behind.
If your law firm has ever tinkered with online marketing, whether it’s search optimization or advertising or social media or email marketing, you may have decided “This can’t work for my practice.” Sometimes that’s the right call. Sometimes it doesn’t work. Other times, that conclusion is based on bad data.
We speak with a lot of law firms looking to grow their practice, and many of them just don’t know where to start. Some have tried advertising or SEO without success, and then write off that channel as “bad” for their practice area. It’s understandable, and there are a lot of factors that can contribute to an unsuccessful campaign.
So, your law firm is looking to develop more business. More matters means more growth and revenue, but how are you going to get there? The two main strategies you have probably heard about for building a law firm’s business online include online advertising (also called PPC or referred to as “Adwords”) and SEO (short for search engine optimization).
Building Your Law Firm’s Website: Do it Yourself vs. Local Designer vs. Legal Marketing Agency Whether you are just starting up a firm or have been running one for awhile, your firm needs a web presence. Today, when a new referral gets your business card, chances are they will do a bit of due diligence on your firm. They will try to look you up online.
This post comes in honor of May the Fourth. In Return of the Jedi, the Rebels’ assault on the Second Death Star runs into a snag. After relying on bad intel to prepare the assault, the Rebels find the Empire’s fleet awaiting them for battle. Admiral Ackbar, in a famous moment for pop culture, famously exclaims, “It’s a Trap!” What does any of this have to do w ...
Our own Andrew Cabasso, Managing Director of JurisPage, was interviewed at the ABA Techshow in Chicago this past April. In his interview hosted by Practice Panther, Andrew shares what law firms should be thinking about when it comes to their website, their online presence and ...
How to write (and execute) an effective marketing plan for your law firm. Table of Contents WHY: Purpose & Goals WHAT: Components of your Marketing Plan HOW: Execution Sample Marketing Plan If you’re like many small and mid-sized law firms, you’ve at least thought about developing a marketing plan for your law firm.
If your firm is starting to explore online marketing, you may be reading up on the different marketing channels available to you. You might read articles talking about the volume from SEO, the predictability of PPC, the ROI of email, and the cost-effectiveness of social media. But there’s a lot of fluff.
Over the last few weeks, Google has slowly rolled out a new algorithm update that might affect your website. The latest Google algorithm update, dubbed “Giraffe” is aimed specifically at law firm websites. The algorithm update is designed to improve Google users’ experience when looking for lawyers online.
ABA just finished up with the TECHSHOW conference (legally, we are required to call it TECHSHOW in all-caps or we’ll get sued). If you’re thinking over what conferences you should attend in “the future” or at least next year, I’d put TECHSHOW on the list. “Why TECHSHOW? You don’t even know me.” A few reasons. And I bet you’ll find one of these reasons compelling.
Some news to share. It’s not necessarily a bad thing, in particular if you are advertising online. Google is deploying a new format for its Adwords ads. If you check it out, below, you’ll notice that while the word “ad” used to be white inside of a green box, now the text is green while the box is transparent.