We create data-driven SEO strategies and customized SEO pricing packages that can take your business to the top of the front page.
Law firms need new clients to survive and grow, they can’t rely on the same people to continue bringing them work. This means that digital marketing should be very important to any law firm. They also can’t get by with just using paid ads to appear first on the Google list. A good amount of people skip paid advertisements to get to the organic results which mean if these businesses are not up to date with SEO practices they won’t show up on the first page and miss out on many opportunities. Not only that, just because your firm isn’t investing in SEO doesn’t mean that another law firm down the road isn’t. They might end up surpassing you if you’re not careful.
To begin, we offer assistance building or updating your firm’s website. We make sure that everything on your site is optimized to the highest possible level. This means using appropriate headers, images, and meta attributes to make it easier for Google to find your website and display it higher. We also make sure that any keywords displayed on your website are actually relevant to your content because if they are not then your search engine ranking will suffer. We will also make sure your website navigation is optimized and user-friendly so that your potential customers are able to find all the information they need quickly and efficiently. It is also important that your website is mobile-friendly. Many people use their phone more than a computer when searching for services and if your website is too busy and hard to navigate they will most likely immediately leave your website. There are also things we offer that are more behind the scenes of your website. This includes social media marketing and acquiring quality backlinks. The use of social media is good for any and all businesses. It’s another way for customers to see more personal aspects and maybe some tips or coupons. Backlinking is also important to any website because it allows Google to see that your business is associated with other credible websites and what that does is confirm the legitimacy of it and tells Google that your business is trustworthy enough to be displayed higher in search engine results.
Your keywords need a place to live, and that’s where your custom content comes in. The best and easiest way to implement custom content is by creating a blog. This allows you to post long-form paragraphs and allow a comment section for any questions your clients might have about a piece of information or service you provide.
When clients first click on your law firm’s website it should only take a maximum of 2 seconds before it loads for them. This applies to not only the initial click to your website but for all pages that they can go through. Many people are impatient and if your website takes too long to load for them then they will find one that they can access faster.
Without having things to interact with a website can feel very flat. Using buttons and calls to action are a good way to keep your clients interested.
Having an active blog is a good and easy way to keep your site updated with information that is relevant to your audience. Most pages on your website will stay the same, especially if it’s just general information about the services you provide to your clients (from DUI lawyers to criminal law). Keeping a blog helps you to focus on certain areas that you want to highlight for your clients. This can be anything from specific issues that could affect the way a case is handled (minors involved in cases). If the content is relevant and easy to read it invites people to return whenever you post something new. By allowing your clients to comment on your blog they can ask questions and pick your brain so that they fully understand the depth of knowledge your firm brings to the table. When creating this blog there are a few questions you want to ask yourself:
These questions are vital when running an active and successful blog. If your blog seems like it has no purpose and the writing is bland it will not lead clients to return to your site. Blogs allow you to create both internal links to other pages of your site and external links to other websites with related content.
Off-site SEO accounts for all improvements that happen without touching the content of your website. The main focus of off-site SEO is links as well as researching specific keywords that will lead more people to your website from Google.
Backlinking is a link from another website that leads back to your firm’s site. These are very important when it comes to SEO and directly affects your Domain Authority and rank on search engines like Google. If you have accredited websites linking back to yours it will boost the traffic on your site.
The first, and most obvious is that it should be relevant to the existing content on your website. It is also better if the website linking to you has a high DA and appears high in search results, this can be anything from a blog from an associated website, journals, news sources or other established websites.
Our services don’t just start and end on a website level. We also are well versed in social media practices. Canada has one of the most concentrated populations of social network penetration in the world. This means there are a plethora of opportunities for your firm. Social media is a way to interact with people who may not need your service at that time but will remember you for a separate occasion. It is a way to build a working relationship with your clientele and interact with them through comments and direct messages.
According to the Canadian Bar Association (CBA) there are a few ethical rules to keep in mind when engaging in marketing activities. Rule 4.2-1 states “a lawyer may market professional services, providing that the marketing is: (a) demonstrably true, accurate and verifiable; (b) neither misleading, confusing or deceptive, nor likely to mislead, confuse or deceive; (c) in the best interests of the public and consistent with a high standard of professionalism”. While social media can seem like an excellent marketing platform it does come with some added rules that your firm needs to take into account. It is very important for everyone that the risk of disclosing confidential information is kept at a minimum. Keep in mind that there may be a social media policy in place and you should consult this first before beginning any social media campaign.
Facebook, while not as popular with the younger generation, remains incredibly active with over 1.23 billion users who log in daily. At the very least your business should be listed on Facebook with your business name and contact information. Creating content on Facebook that links back to your website then allows for more traffic to reach your website.
For accessing the younger generation the best tool to use would be Instagram. Instagram allows you to control how people see you and the company and also use your bio to link to your website or update clients on any blog updates. Current clients and even people who have never used your service before now have access to your brand identity and can become invested in your work to keep coming back for relevant updates.
We use industry-leading SEO tools to provide you with statistics of how many people are viewing your law firm’s website and how they get there, whether that be directly searching for your business or finding you through Googling the service you provide. We also use on-page tools such as RankMath and Headline Analyzer to make sure that the content on the website is optimized to reach the clients you want to reach.
One of the key aspects of improving SEO for law firms, we know that being able to effectively use keywords will be crucial for any campaign. We are careful with our keyword usage and can easily avoid keyword stuffing. We understand that it’s important for any website to have relevant content that is well-optimized. Our goal is to create content that coincides with your business practices and also engages and entices potential clients.
We know the majority of organic traffic, especially for law firms, comes from local searches. This means people in your area who are in need of services. We do this by optimizing your website for keywords including your service and city name. We want to make sure the majority of people on your site are people who are most relevant to your business.
Navigation is very important for any successful website. Many people will click off of a website if the information on the website is unorganized or if the service they are looking for is hard to find. If your navigation and information are laid out well then it’ll show potential clients that your business runs the same way. The homepage and navigation are people’s first impressions of your law firm and we want to help you make a good one.
A feature that aids navigation, having internal links on keywords and other places helps direct users through your website. Interconnecting your webpages can make it easier for potential clients to find the information they need.
Internal links are to provide your clients a roadmap through your law website, while external links are like a citation list which show that you’ve done your research and that your website has information that is reliable which makes it easier for clients to trust you when representing them.
While this may not seem as important, showing potential clients the extent of your knowledge is essential. There are many different law firms that handle a variety of cases, but you need to show why all of your services are worth investing in.
Not every SEO strategy is successful and a way to determine how well it’s working is by using key performance indicators (KPIs). We want to keep your law firm’s website running smoothly and ranking well on Google and to do this we need to make sure that you have sound navigational structure and that there are no broken links. This makes it easier for clients to find you and stay on your webpage long enough to see that you are the best option for representation.