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Content Organization Gives Readers What They Want

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While revamping legal website content, I have realized that many businesses don’t take the time to organize the text on their pages. Though organizing written work is a basic skill most of us learn by the time we’re in high school, it seems to be one that is widely underused. Sure, organizing your thoughts before putting them out into the World... Read More

Jenna Kefauver
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Published   December 17, 2015

Proofreading is the Key to Quality Law Firm Website Content

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I think it is appropriate for the first blog in what will be an ongoing series about writing and editing to be about something so simple and basic, yet increasingly rare: proofreading. In the age of spell check and autocorrect, proofreading seems to be going the way of the typewriter. With technology available to help us, many people think manual... Read More

Jenna Kefauver
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Published   December 3, 2015

Why You Need to Update Your Business Listing on Google

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If you are making a holiday list for optimizing your web content, check it twice for announcing your holiday hours. Many businesses forget to inform their clients of their temporary holiday hours, which can lead to confusion, frustration, and most importantly, lost business. Thankfully, Google has introduced the holiday hours feature to its business listing tools. How to List Your... Read More

Alex Valencia
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Published   November 23, 2015

Three Content and Lead Generation Strategies for Your Law Firm Website

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Does Your Law Firm Website have a Content and Lead Capture Strategy? I have seen dozens and dozens of attorney websites since entering the legal marketing field seven years ago. With the ascension of social media coupled with Google’s various algorithm changes, we have all learned a thing or two about what prospects want from a website. Yet, we find... Read More

Alex Valencia
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Published   November 19, 2015

Breadcrumbs SEO: Make Mobile Search Easier on Google

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By now, you’ve probably heard plenty of evidence of mobile search’s ever-growing popularity. Here’s a bit more: In the fourth quarter of 2014, mobile search accounted for 43% of Google’s organic search traffic, concluding a steady rise throughout the year. (RKG Digital via Marketing Charts) Google’s well-aware of this. So starting today, April 21, Google will consider whether a website... Read More

Alex Valencia
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Published   April 21, 2015

Take on Google’s Latest Animal the Google Hummingbird Algorithm

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Last week, I posted a beginner’s guide to Latent Semantic Indexing. If you didn’t take the opportunity to learn about LSI at that time, you should really consider it now because Google just officially boosted semantic searching with its latest algorithm – Hummingbird. Google’s Hummingbird is More for Search Intent, Not Content The web content industry has treated keywords as... Read More

Yvette Valencia
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Published   September 30, 2013

Meta Description Tags for Your Law Firm’s Website

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For legal web content to really stand out on the search result page, you need a strong meta description. The meta description is a 160-character space where you can give a short preview of the article or blog that will be delivered upon clicking your link. As long as you promise to deliver what’s in your meta description, SEO marketing... Read More

Alex Valencia
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Published   June 3, 2013

4 Tips to Achieving Uniformity in Your Content

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Blog Series: Creating a Collective of Cohesive Content April 28, 2011 – To wrap up this week’s blog series on creating a uniform look and tone to your content, we condense all of our prior knowledge into our top 4 tips! Tip 1 – Get a style guide! We can’t stress this enough, a style guide will not only be... Read More

Alex Valencia
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Published   April 28, 2012

Your eBook Content is the Key to Marketing Success

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Blog Series: The Wonderful World of eBooks September 14, 2011 – So you’ve picked a topic and now you’re ready to write. Most people aren’t born writers, and that’s why so many business owners never think they could be a published author. The truth is, if you’ve picked the right topic you’ve already got the content in your head – all... Read More

Alex Valencia
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Published   September 14, 2011

Yes, Google Penalties Are Real, But You Can Make Amends

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February 16, 2011 – You may not be familiar with Matt Cutts, Google employee and basically the best source of getting direct information about Google’s internal workings. Well, now is a great time to change that! Matt recently released a video that goes into detail about how Google penalizes websites and the process of getting your site back in Google’s... Read More

Alex Valencia
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Published   February 16, 2011