Your Law Firm’s Internet
Presence
Andrew Cabasso
JurisPage
Law Firm Web Design | SEO | Internet Marketing
For Attorneys by...
Overview
• Email
• Your Website
• SEO
– Lawyer Directories
– Local Directories
• Internet Marketing
• Social Media
JurisPa...
Your Email Address
• The most common offender
• You’re using an @aol.com or @gmail.com e-
mail address to correspond with ...
Stop it.
JurisPage.com
Your Email Address
As of 2013, corresponding with clients from an
@aol.com e-mail address, or any e-mail address
that isn’...
Your Email Address
Getting a domain-name email address is easy
and you can still use your Gmail or AOL e-mail
software to ...
Your Email Address
There are four main steps to getting an
“@yourfirmname.com” -type e-mail address
JurisPage.com
Your Email Address
1. Buy a .com domain through a domain
registrar (if you don’t have one already).
Popular options are
go...
Your Email Address
2. Find an e-mail host provider (Gmail offers
hosted email for $5/month per user; Zoho.com
is a great f...
Your Email Address
3. Go to your domain registrar settings to
change the e-mail records following your e-mail
host’s instr...
Your Email Address
4. Configure your e-mail client software and
smartphone following your e-mail host’s
instructions.
Juri...
Your Email Address
Professional email address. Done.
JurisPage.com
Your Website
Things You’re Doing Right:
– You Have a website
JurisPage.com
Your Website
First let’s step back and get a big-picture view
JurisPage.com
Your Website
Why do you have a website for your law firm?
JurisPage.com
Your Website
Two reasons:
JurisPage.com
Your Website
Two reasons:
1) Branding – representing your firm’s identity
online
JurisPage.com
Your Website
Two reasons:
1) Branding – representing your firm’s identity
online
2) More importantly, getting new clients
...
Your Website
• Your website’s main purpose is to get
prospective clients to:
1) Trust your lawyering abilities based on a
...
That’s it
JurisPage.com
Your Website
Your website’s purpose is simple, and should be
single-minded in its goal to get new clients
JurisPage.com
So You Have a Website
People can find your firm
JurisPage.com
So You Have a Website
People can find your firm
Nearly all prospective clients referred to you will
look up your website
J...
You Have a Website
What’s going to happen next?
JurisPage.com
You Have a Website
Will a visitor call you or will they Google another
law firm?
JurisPage.com
You Have a Website
• This is the “Conversion Moment”
• This is where clients decide to give you a call
or go with another ...
You Have a Website
There are several steps to take to improve your
website and control the Conversion Moment
JurisPage.com
What hinders conversion?
• Not Mobile-Ready
• No Clear “Call To Action”
• No “Social Proof”
• Not Blogging
• No Analytic T...
No Mobile Readiness
Your site should be viewable on a
mobile device.
JurisPage.com
No Mobile Readiness
Mobile devices account for up to 40%
of web traffic.
JurisPage.com
No Mobile Readiness
• If your website is mobile-ready: great.
• If not: tell your web designer to make your site
mobile. I...
No Mobile Readiness
Google’s algorithm now penalizes non-mobile
websites and can bury your site in search
results, causing...
No Clear Call To Action
Your Website should encourage people
to contact you. If you don’t, you may
be losing potential cli...
No Clear Call To Action
Your Website should encourage people
to contact you. If you don’t, you may
be losing potential cli...
No Clear Call To Action
Include a contact form on each page of
your website, preferably in either a
sidebar or at the bott...
JurisPage.com
Call To Action
Make it so the visitor has to make the littlest amount of effort to be able to reach you.
Inc...
Call To Action
A phone number at the top of each page
reminds visitors that they can call you to
get more information.
Jur...
Call To Action
A website can’t tell a visitor if they have a
case, but it can tell them to contact you to
find out if they...
No Social Proof
People are more likely to use your
services if they are recommended from
a friend or someone else who can
...
No Social Proof
The client needs to be sure that you
are capable of doing a good job, after
all, they may be spending a lo...
No Social Proof
Your website can build social proof in a
few ways:
1) Testimonials
2) Results
3) Honors / Memberships
4) B...
No Social Proof
Testimonials
JurisPage.com
No Social Proof
Results
JurisPage.com
No Social Proof
Honors / Membership
JurisPage.com
You’re Not Blogging
Start doing it now
JurisPage.com
Why Blogging?
• More website traffic
• Blogging gives you authority (“social proof”)
• Differentiate yourself from other l...
Hurdles to Blogging
“What Would I Write About?”
JurisPage.com
Blog Topic Suggestions:
Newly decided cases
Recently enacted...
Hurdles to Blogging
“I’m too busy”
• Outsource It
– Legal interns
– Summer associates
– Paralegals
– Entry-level associate...
Blogging Tips
• Stay current
• Stay consistent
• Write interesting, readable content
JurisPage.com
You Don’t Have Analytics
Wouldn’t you like to be able to see what pages
your website visitors are looking at and how
long ...
You Don’t Have Analytics
Google Analytics does just that. It is your
ultimate tool to monitor your Conversion
Moment and h...
You Don’t Have Analytics
Google Analytics monitors every quantifiable
aspect of your website traffic. It breaks down
your ...
Analytics
JurisPage.com
Analytics
This tool tells you what is and isn’t working
when it comes to your law firm’s Internet
presence. It prevents yo...
Google Analytics
JurisPage.com
Longer visits mean a higher conversion rate.
Keep visitors on your site with interesting co...
SEO. What is that?
JurisPage.com
SEO. What is that?
Search engine optimization = getting your
website to appear in Google.
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SEO vs. Internet Marketing
JurisPage.com
JurisPage.com
SEO vs. Internet Marketing
• SEO = organic search engine traffic
• Internet marketing = paid advertisements
JurisPage.com
How SEO Works
Search engine algorithms prefer content that
other reliable websites provide links to
JurisPage.com
How SEO Works
Search engine algorithms prefer content that
other reliable websites provide links to
Google, for example, r...
PageRank
JurisPage.com
Some Popular Website PageRanks:
New York Times: 9
Wikipedia: 9
YouTube: 9
Westlaw: 8
Lexis Nexis: 7
JurisPage.com
Low PageRank Law Blogs
WestLaw
Example of how Google’s algorithm works – higher
quality links boost your web...
SEO For Lawyers
More high-quality links to your website means
better search engine results placement.
Good Website Content...
Legal Directories
• Reach many more visitors of popular
legal websites that get top organic
billing
• Lawyers.com/Lexis/Ma...
Local Directory Placement
List Your Website in Google Places
JurisPage.com
Local Directory Placement
If Google knows where your law firm is
located, it can recommend your website to
people looking ...
Local Directory Placement
Signing up for a local directory site like Google
Places, Manta, and Avvo can get you more
expos...
Internet Marketing
Advertising in Google and Bing can get clients to
your website (through the front door). Once
they’re t...
Internet Marketing
JurisPage.com
Internet Marketing
With Google Adwords, you can target your ads
at specific keywords (e.g. “criminal defense
lawyer” or “c...
Internet Marketing
Law firm internet marketing can also include
paying a monthly subscription to websites like
Lexis / Mar...
Social Media
Using social media is good for SEO and can get
you new clients.
Google’s search algorithm cares about social
...
Social Media
Social media sites (as much as some of us may
hate them) are vehicles for linking your content
for SEO and re...
LinkedIn
Have a Company
page that your
current employees
can join.
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LinkedIn
Use it to post interesting new information, like
new hires, case results, high-profile clients, and
awards / reco...
LinkedIn
Link to your new blog posts.
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Twitter
As with LinkedIn, use it to link to your new blog
posts.
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Twitter
Discuss new events in your practice area that
don’t warrant a blog post.
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Twitter
Engage other attorneys who may be able to
refer you business.
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Facebook
Same deal here, use it to link to your new blog
posts and use it to post new events.
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Quora
A Q&A website – use it to
answer relevant questions
in your practice area.
JurisPage.com
Quora
Become an Internet authority.
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Quora
Write blog posts about relevant topics and
provide links to them in answered questions.
JurisPage.com
HootSuite
A free app that allows you to integrate all your
social media accounts in one place, and post
new blog post link...
HootSuite
JurisPage.com
Bringing it Home
Here are some action point takeaways from this slide
deck:
JurisPage.com
Bringing it Home
Here are some action point takeaways from this slide
deck:
1) Use a professional @yoursite.com email addr...
Thank You
Andrew Cabasso
JurisPage
andrew@jurispage.com
(800) 863-7603
Law Firm Internet Marketing for Attorneys by
Attorn...
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This in-depth guide with specific action points will help your law firm improve its internet presence, enabling you to get more clients for your law firm. This guide includes topics on 1) getting an @yourlawfirmname.com email address to be more professional; 2) improving your website to get more clients calling you; 3) using SEO to improve yourr website's placement in search engine results; 4) internet marketing strategies; and 5) effective use of social media to get new clients.

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  • This is one of the biggest offenders I’ve seen – attorneys who use “yourname@aol.com” or “yourlawfirm@aol.com” email addresses. As of now, corresponding with clients from an @aol.com or @gmail.com e-mail address is unprofessional. You need an email address that is “yourname@yourdomainname.com.”
  • This is one of the biggest offenders I’ve seen – attorneys who use “yourname@aol.com” or “yourlawfirm@aol.com” email addresses. As of now, corresponding with clients from an @aol.com or @gmail.com e-mail address is unprofessional. You need an email address that is “yourname@yourdomainname.com.”
  • This is one of the biggest offenders I’ve seen – attorneys who use “yourname@aol.com” or “yourlawfirm@aol.com” email addresses. As of now, corresponding with clients from an @aol.com or @gmail.com e-mail address is unprofessional. You need an email address that is “yourname@yourdomainname.com.”
  • This is one of the biggest offenders I’ve seen – attorneys who use “yourname@aol.com” or “yourlawfirm@aol.com” email addresses. As of now, corresponding with clients from an @aol.com or @gmail.com e-mail address is unprofessional. You need an email address that is “yourname@yourdomainname.com.”
  • This is one of the biggest offenders I’ve seen – attorneys who use “yourname@aol.com” or “yourlawfirm@aol.com” email addresses. As of now, corresponding with clients from an @aol.com or @gmail.com e-mail address is unprofessional. You need an email address that is “yourname@yourdomainname.com.”
  • This is one of the biggest offenders I’ve seen – attorneys who use “yourname@aol.com” or “yourlawfirm@aol.com” email addresses. As of now, corresponding with clients from an @aol.com or @gmail.com e-mail address is unprofessional. You need an email address that is “yourname@yourdomainname.com.”
  • This is one of the biggest offenders I’ve seen – attorneys who use “yourname@aol.com” or “yourlawfirm@aol.com” email addresses. As of now, corresponding with clients from an @aol.com or @gmail.com e-mail address is unprofessional. You need an email address that is “yourname@yourdomainname.com.”
  • This is one of the biggest offenders I’ve seen – attorneys who use “yourname@aol.com” or “yourlawfirm@aol.com” email addresses. As of now, corresponding with clients from an @aol.com or @gmail.com e-mail address is unprofessional. You need an email address that is “yourname@yourdomainname.com.”
  • This is one of the biggest offenders I’ve seen – attorneys who use “yourname@aol.com” or “yourlawfirm@aol.com” email addresses. As of now, corresponding with clients from an @aol.com or @gmail.com e-mail address is unprofessional. You need an email address that is “yourname@yourdomainname.com.”
  • This is one of the biggest offenders I’ve seen – attorneys who use “yourname@aol.com” or “yourlawfirm@aol.com” email addresses. As of now, corresponding with clients from an @aol.com or @gmail.com e-mail address is unprofessional. You need an email address that is “yourname@yourdomainname.com.”
  • Google’s search algorithm now penalizes websites that aren’t “responsive” or mobile-ready. A responsive website changes its dimensions when it is viewed on a smaller screen. For example, on a mobile device, the menu may appear on a small drop-down as opposed to being a long bar that goes the entire screen width.
  • Google’s search algorithm now penalizes websites that aren’t “responsive” or mobile-ready. A responsive website changes its dimensions when it is viewed on a smaller screen. For example, on a mobile device, the menu may appear on a small drop-down as opposed to being a long bar that goes the entire screen width.
  • A Call to Action or CTA is the engagement activity a website has to get a visitor to become a paying client. For a law firm website, it would be either a “Call Us” text box with a phone number or a contact form.
  • A Call to Action or CTA is the engagement activity a website has to get a visitor to become a paying client. For a law firm website, it would be either a “Call Us” text box with a phone number or a contact form.
  • Contact forms allow users to send you their information so you can call them to follow up on their inquiries.
  • Here is a contact form. For attorneys, we recommend including a Phone Number box so you can call your prospective client right away.
  • Displaying a phone number prominently encourages site visitors to give you a call to get more information on their potential case.
  • Displaying a phone number prominently encourages site visitors to give you a call to get more information on their potential case.
  • Contact forms allow users to send you their information so you can call them to follow up on their inquiries.
  • Contact forms allow users to send you their information so you can call them to follow up on their inquiries.
  • Contact forms allow users to send you their information so you can call them to follow up on their inquiries.
  • Contact forms allow users to send you their information so you can call them to follow up on their inquiries.
  • Contact forms allow users to send you their information so you can call them to follow up on their inquiries.
  • Contact forms allow users to send you their information so you can call them to follow up on their inquiries.
  • Get New Law Firm Clients - Improving Your Internet Presence

    1. 1. Your Law Firm’s Internet Presence Andrew Cabasso JurisPage Law Firm Web Design | SEO | Internet Marketing For Attorneys by Attorneys JurisPage.com
    2. 2. Overview • Email • Your Website • SEO – Lawyer Directories – Local Directories • Internet Marketing • Social Media JurisPage.com
    3. 3. Your Email Address • The most common offender • You’re using an @aol.com or @gmail.com e- mail address to correspond with clients. JurisPage.com
    4. 4. Stop it. JurisPage.com
    5. 5. Your Email Address As of 2013, corresponding with clients from an @aol.com e-mail address, or any e-mail address that isn’t “@yourfirmname.com” is unprofessional. JurisPage.com
    6. 6. Your Email Address Getting a domain-name email address is easy and you can still use your Gmail or AOL e-mail software to answer emails sent to your “@yourfirmname.com” domain. JurisPage.com
    7. 7. Your Email Address There are four main steps to getting an “@yourfirmname.com” -type e-mail address JurisPage.com
    8. 8. Your Email Address 1. Buy a .com domain through a domain registrar (if you don’t have one already). Popular options are godaddy.com, enom.com, and namecheap.com JurisPage.com
    9. 9. Your Email Address 2. Find an e-mail host provider (Gmail offers hosted email for $5/month per user; Zoho.com is a great free alternative if you have 5 or fewer users) JurisPage.com
    10. 10. Your Email Address 3. Go to your domain registrar settings to change the e-mail records following your e-mail host’s instructions JurisPage.com
    11. 11. Your Email Address 4. Configure your e-mail client software and smartphone following your e-mail host’s instructions. JurisPage.com
    12. 12. Your Email Address Professional email address. Done. JurisPage.com
    13. 13. Your Website Things You’re Doing Right: – You Have a website JurisPage.com
    14. 14. Your Website First let’s step back and get a big-picture view JurisPage.com
    15. 15. Your Website Why do you have a website for your law firm? JurisPage.com
    16. 16. Your Website Two reasons: JurisPage.com
    17. 17. Your Website Two reasons: 1) Branding – representing your firm’s identity online JurisPage.com
    18. 18. Your Website Two reasons: 1) Branding – representing your firm’s identity online 2) More importantly, getting new clients JurisPage.com
    19. 19. Your Website • Your website’s main purpose is to get prospective clients to: 1) Trust your lawyering abilities based on a cursory view of your site content; and 2) Pick up the phone to call you JurisPage.com
    20. 20. That’s it JurisPage.com
    21. 21. Your Website Your website’s purpose is simple, and should be single-minded in its goal to get new clients JurisPage.com
    22. 22. So You Have a Website People can find your firm JurisPage.com
    23. 23. So You Have a Website People can find your firm Nearly all prospective clients referred to you will look up your website JurisPage.com
    24. 24. You Have a Website What’s going to happen next? JurisPage.com
    25. 25. You Have a Website Will a visitor call you or will they Google another law firm? JurisPage.com
    26. 26. You Have a Website • This is the “Conversion Moment” • This is where clients decide to give you a call or go with another law firm JurisPage.com vs
    27. 27. You Have a Website There are several steps to take to improve your website and control the Conversion Moment JurisPage.com
    28. 28. What hinders conversion? • Not Mobile-Ready • No Clear “Call To Action” • No “Social Proof” • Not Blogging • No Analytic Tracking JurisPage.com
    29. 29. No Mobile Readiness Your site should be viewable on a mobile device. JurisPage.com
    30. 30. No Mobile Readiness Mobile devices account for up to 40% of web traffic. JurisPage.com
    31. 31. No Mobile Readiness • If your website is mobile-ready: great. • If not: tell your web designer to make your site mobile. It pays dividends. JurisPage.com
    32. 32. No Mobile Readiness Google’s algorithm now penalizes non-mobile websites and can bury your site in search results, causing you to miss out on clients. JurisPage.com
    33. 33. No Clear Call To Action Your Website should encourage people to contact you. If you don’t, you may be losing potential clients. JurisPage.com
    34. 34. No Clear Call To Action Your Website should encourage people to contact you. If you don’t, you may be losing potential clients. Being subtle doesn’t get you paying clients. JurisPage.com
    35. 35. No Clear Call To Action Include a contact form on each page of your website, preferably in either a sidebar or at the bottom of each page. JurisPage.com
    36. 36. JurisPage.com Call To Action Make it so the visitor has to make the littlest amount of effort to be able to reach you. Include a contact box on the side or bottom of every page on your site.
    37. 37. Call To Action A phone number at the top of each page reminds visitors that they can call you to get more information. JurisPage.com
    38. 38. Call To Action A website can’t tell a visitor if they have a case, but it can tell them to contact you to find out if they do. JurisPage.com
    39. 39. No Social Proof People are more likely to use your services if they are recommended from a friend or someone else who can vouch for you. JurisPage.com
    40. 40. No Social Proof The client needs to be sure that you are capable of doing a good job, after all, they may be spending a lot of money on your services. JurisPage.com
    41. 41. No Social Proof Your website can build social proof in a few ways: 1) Testimonials 2) Results 3) Honors / Memberships 4) Blogging JurisPage.com
    42. 42. No Social Proof Testimonials JurisPage.com
    43. 43. No Social Proof Results JurisPage.com
    44. 44. No Social Proof Honors / Membership JurisPage.com
    45. 45. You’re Not Blogging Start doing it now JurisPage.com
    46. 46. Why Blogging? • More website traffic • Blogging gives you authority (“social proof”) • Differentiate yourself from other law firms • Networking and referral potential • Better SEO (more relevant blog posts on your law firm’s practice areas will make Google prefer your law firm website in search results) JurisPage.com
    47. 47. Hurdles to Blogging “What Would I Write About?” JurisPage.com Blog Topic Suggestions: Newly decided cases Recently enacted laws Recent controversies Information on your practice area for the non-lawyer / potential client
    48. 48. Hurdles to Blogging “I’m too busy” • Outsource It – Legal interns – Summer associates – Paralegals – Entry-level associates – Paid bloggers JurisPage.com
    49. 49. Blogging Tips • Stay current • Stay consistent • Write interesting, readable content JurisPage.com
    50. 50. You Don’t Have Analytics Wouldn’t you like to be able to see what pages your website visitors are looking at and how long they are staying there? JurisPage.com
    51. 51. You Don’t Have Analytics Google Analytics does just that. It is your ultimate tool to monitor your Conversion Moment and help you to improve your conversion rate. JurisPage.com
    52. 52. You Don’t Have Analytics Google Analytics monitors every quantifiable aspect of your website traffic. It breaks down your visitors’ geography, what site got them to your website, what keywords they searched for to reach you, and how much time was spent on your website. JurisPage.com
    53. 53. Analytics JurisPage.com
    54. 54. Analytics This tool tells you what is and isn’t working when it comes to your law firm’s Internet presence. It prevents you from flying blind and trying everything to get new visitors. JurisPage.com
    55. 55. Google Analytics JurisPage.com Longer visits mean a higher conversion rate. Keep visitors on your site with interesting content.
    56. 56. SEO. What is that? JurisPage.com
    57. 57. SEO. What is that? Search engine optimization = getting your website to appear in Google. JurisPage.com
    58. 58. SEO vs. Internet Marketing JurisPage.com
    59. 59. JurisPage.com
    60. 60. SEO vs. Internet Marketing • SEO = organic search engine traffic • Internet marketing = paid advertisements JurisPage.com
    61. 61. How SEO Works Search engine algorithms prefer content that other reliable websites provide links to JurisPage.com
    62. 62. How SEO Works Search engine algorithms prefer content that other reliable websites provide links to Google, for example, ranks websites based on their reliability, and any links that come from the higher-ranked websites are given preference in search engine results (PageRank) JurisPage.com
    63. 63. PageRank JurisPage.com Some Popular Website PageRanks: New York Times: 9 Wikipedia: 9 YouTube: 9 Westlaw: 8 Lexis Nexis: 7
    64. 64. JurisPage.com Low PageRank Law Blogs WestLaw Example of how Google’s algorithm works – higher quality links boost your website’s reputation
    65. 65. SEO For Lawyers More high-quality links to your website means better search engine results placement. Good Website Content (e.g. blog) -> More Links JurisPage.com
    66. 66. Legal Directories • Reach many more visitors of popular legal websites that get top organic billing • Lawyers.com/Lexis/Martindale • SuperLawyers • FindLaw JurisPage.com PageRanks for Legal Directories FindLaw - 7 SuperLawyers - 7 Avvo - 6 Lexis - 6 Martindale - 7 Lawyers.com - 7
    67. 67. Local Directory Placement List Your Website in Google Places JurisPage.com
    68. 68. Local Directory Placement If Google knows where your law firm is located, it can recommend your website to people looking for attorneys in your region. JurisPage.com
    69. 69. Local Directory Placement Signing up for a local directory site like Google Places, Manta, and Avvo can get you more exposure and also increase SEO. JurisPage.com
    70. 70. Internet Marketing Advertising in Google and Bing can get clients to your website (through the front door). Once they’re there, it’s up to your website to get them to stay with you. JurisPage.com
    71. 71. Internet Marketing JurisPage.com
    72. 72. Internet Marketing With Google Adwords, you can target your ads at specific keywords (e.g. “criminal defense lawyer” or “criminal defense attorney”) and limit your advertising to a particular region (e.g. New York City) so that you’re reaching the people who are searching for your services in your region. JurisPage.com
    73. 73. Internet Marketing Law firm internet marketing can also include paying a monthly subscription to websites like Lexis / Martindale, Findlaw, and Legalmatch.com to join their lawyer directories and get leads. JurisPage.com
    74. 74. Social Media Using social media is good for SEO and can get you new clients. Google’s search algorithm cares about social media sharing. JurisPage.com
    75. 75. Social Media Social media sites (as much as some of us may hate them) are vehicles for linking your content for SEO and reaching a new audience. • LinkedIn • Twitter • Facebook • Quora JurisPage.com
    76. 76. LinkedIn Have a Company page that your current employees can join. JurisPage.com
    77. 77. LinkedIn Use it to post interesting new information, like new hires, case results, high-profile clients, and awards / recognition. JurisPage.com
    78. 78. LinkedIn Link to your new blog posts. JurisPage.com
    79. 79. Twitter As with LinkedIn, use it to link to your new blog posts. JurisPage.com
    80. 80. Twitter Discuss new events in your practice area that don’t warrant a blog post. JurisPage.com
    81. 81. Twitter Engage other attorneys who may be able to refer you business. JurisPage.com
    82. 82. Facebook Same deal here, use it to link to your new blog posts and use it to post new events. JurisPage.com
    83. 83. Quora A Q&A website – use it to answer relevant questions in your practice area. JurisPage.com
    84. 84. Quora Become an Internet authority. JurisPage.com
    85. 85. Quora Write blog posts about relevant topics and provide links to them in answered questions. JurisPage.com
    86. 86. HootSuite A free app that allows you to integrate all your social media accounts in one place, and post new blog post links to every social media account simultaneously, saving you time. JurisPage.com
    87. 87. HootSuite JurisPage.com
    88. 88. Bringing it Home Here are some action point takeaways from this slide deck: JurisPage.com
    89. 89. Bringing it Home Here are some action point takeaways from this slide deck: 1) Use a professional @yoursite.com email address 2) Create a website geared towards converting visitors to prospective clients – Contact, social proof, blogging, analytics 3) Use SEO and Internet marketing to be found online 4) Use social media well JurisPage.com
    90. 90. Thank You Andrew Cabasso JurisPage andrew@jurispage.com (800) 863-7603 Law Firm Internet Marketing for Attorneys by Attorneys Free SEO for Lawyers eBook available at http://jurispage.com/seo-for-lawyers-ebook/ JurisPage.com

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