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How To Determine If I Need A New Attorney Website Design?

With how frequently online marketing and technology changes, if your site is more than three years old, you very likely need to consider a new website design. 

If you are a personal injury lawyer and you have questions about website marketing or design, contact us today! 

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Columbus Personal Injury Attorney Launches Redesigned Legal Practice Website

The website for Robert W. Kerpsack Co., L.P.A., has always been devoted to informing plaintiffs of their rights in personal injury and business dispute claims. With a new look and a mobile format, the website takes the informative quality of the firm's content and makes it easily accessible to users on smartphone, tablet, and desktop alike. Users can click on multiple points of interest depending on their needs, delving into case types like car and truck accidents through the rotating banner images or reading about plaintiffs' rights in the Client Instructions section. An interactive map of the state of Ohio makes it possible for users to learn about the firm's key victories in the state, as well as the 5 Reasons to choose Robert W. Kerpsack Co., L.P.A. Mr. Kerpsack himself discusses what sets the firm apart in a video embedded on multiple pages of the site.

Chicago Personal Injury Law Firm Launches New Responsive Website

The website for the Law Offices of Mark L. Karno & Associates uses responsive programming to maintain a consistent user experience across any device, enabling visitors on desktop computers, tablets, and mobile devices to access the website without losing functionality. The website uses features such as a rotating banner and call to action elements to highlight key features of what clients can expect from the firm, including personal attention from an attorney, a contingency fee arrangement, examples of cases accepted and verdicts and settlements earned, and more.

Why Facebook Ads Need To Be Part Of Your Internet Marketing

Many practices decided years ago not to advertise on Facebook because they assumed:

1) social media is not a trackable, lead-generating marketing investment and

2) we only focus on “organic” exposure because paid advertising is not effective or cost-efficient.

 

Today, I want to change how you think about paid Facebook advertising and why it should be considered in your marketing mix.

First, let me share some key statistics.

Moz Releases 2015 Local Search Ranking Factors

SEO Industry Leader Moz.com recently released their 2015 Local Search Rank Factors. At Page 1, we are constantly monitoring ranking factors in order to stay on top of the latest changes and ensure that best practices are being implemented for our clients. The Local Ranking Factors are particularly important for showing up in certain geographic locations and local map listings. Here I’ll discuss the top 3 factors from Moz’s report.

On-Page Signals

The different factors are broken out into levels of importance and given a percentage based on how much impact they have and what portion of the algorithm they make up. The largest percentage, and therefore most impactful ranking factor continues to be On-Page Signals, which accounts for 20.3% of the puzzle. On-Page Signals include:

Resource Website for South Carolina Motorcyclists Goes Live

CarolinaCycles.com uses a geo-locating feature to provide the most pertinent information based on where the user is. By opting to share their location, visitors can enjoy convenient access to the nearest motorcycle shops, events and more within the vicinity. Users throughout South Carolina and even outside of the state can also read safety tips, motorcycle laws and other valuable information. The website is designed in a responsive format, which enables users to access CarolinaCycles.com from any device and be able to navigate it with ease.

Engaging Satisfied Customers as Advocates for Your Business

By Adam Rowan, Content Specialist

Customer satisfaction is a pivotal goal of any business. However, the prominence of online reviews makes it important for business owners to do more than provide great service – they must also harness satisfied customers to spread word of mouth and engage prospects on the business's behalf. This is both a necessity and a challenge for small businesses, which must strive to build more personal relationships with consumers in a way that large companies cannot while balancing limited resources.

Doggy Friday + Scout = Excitement at Page 1

Scout is on the job!  Well, maybe not exactly 'on the job' but this was her first attempt at participating in Doggy Friday at Page 1 Solutions.

My name is Tammy and I'm an SEO Specialist here at Page 1 Solutions.  Scout is my dog.  She's a unique dog in many ways. She is a sweet 11 year old a mixed breed -- a Beagle-Bassett-Akita-Shepherd.  Because of this wacky parentage she has the look of one of those funny puzzles from childhood that lets you put the head of one creature onto the body of another creature then end with the legs of a third creature.  A bit of a Franken-Dog, if you will, which is somewhat appropriate with Halloween right around the corner. 

Personal Injury Practice in the Denver Metro Area Debuts New Website

The new website for Shafner Law immediately engages potential clients through two prominent elements. First, the rotating banner displays imagery of principal attorney Alan C. Shafner and his team, as well as excerpts of reviews written by actual clients. Second, visitors to the site can immediately learn about some of the most common types of cases Shafner Law tries through the call-to-action buckets below the banner, which feature prominent case types as well as brief descriptions of relevant legal information. Further opportunities for user engagement appear lower on the page, including a video introduction by Mr. Shafner himself and a “Why Choose Us” section highlighting elements that set the firm apart.

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