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  • Ashley Romer

    4 Ways Law Firms Can Stay Proactive on the Web

    It's easy to become busy with the everyday responsibilities that come with running a law firm and leave your website needs on the backburner. However, this can begin to catch up with you, so we always recommend regular maintenance to avoid any major issues that may present themselves unexpectedly. Below, we’ve outlined four of the important website needs your firm should be paying attention...

  • Margaret Grisdela, Legal Expert Connections Inc.

    Referral Networks: Your Free Sales Force

    As an attorney or expert, your referral network may include non-competitive attorneys, litigation support experts, bankers, accountants, consultants, financial planners, or others. If you don't have a strategic referral network in place working for you, set one up soon. It is like having your own personal sales force without the commissions! You should plan to meet with each referral network...

  • Joel McLaughlin

    Effective Website Marketing will Drive Legal Clients to Law Firms

    The Internet has made it possible for literally any business to reach a global audience. When effective Internet marketing and SEO strategies are put into place, you can expect to see major accomplishments in your business. Long gone are the days that your business only reaches the eyes and ears of local prospects. There are thousands of attorney and lawyer services on the Internet, many...

  • Margaret Grisdela, Internet Marketing and Law Firm Consultant

    Internet Marketing Meta Tag Tips for Lawyers and Experts

    A few very simple lines of HTML code have the power to help or hinder your website’s search engine performance. Known as “meta tags,” these short commands describe the contents of a web page. Google, Yahoo, Bing, and other search engines use meta tags to varying degrees in promoting and displaying your web site to interested searchers. This article describes the title tag, description tag,...