Your blog may be first and foremost a marketing piece, but sometimes, an issue will come along that warrants a bit deeper discussion. Is it O.K. to go deep on your blog? Or should you avoid alienating readers more used to a casual tone?
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Month: March 2016
Most lawyers think of blogging primarily as a marketing tactic – a way to get customers in the door and create more revenue. But web content also provides added value. By creating restricted blog content, you can give your best clients more for their money.
Being a lawyer can be a tough job. You help people through hard times, and all too often have to be the bearer of bad news. But every now and again, you’ll have a client that really likes you, and the work you’ve done for them. They might want to hug you, or send you […]
Readers often judge a blog by its cover. Web design, including layout, imagery, and readability, all provide browsers with clues about whether a post is credible and professional. What does your blog’s appearance say about you? Do you look like a lawyer?