Weekly SEO Trend: Paid Search

Weekly SEO Trend: Paid Search

The James Attorney Digital Marketing blog gives you lots of tips on how to organize your law firm’s site to attract clients by getting to the top of search engine results. However, there is one fail-safe way to get on page one of Google results – pay them. One of the...
Weekly SEO Trend: SEO & the Law

Weekly SEO Trend: SEO & the Law

As a sole practitioner, or partner in a small law firm, you may struggle with the technology-related issues dealt with here at the James Attorney Digital Marketing Blog. This week we take a break from computer stuff in the SEO trends column to take a look at a number...
Weekly SEO Trend: Bing

Weekly SEO Trend: Bing

Every year Google consistently provides between 67 and 68 per cent of all Web searches in the US and Bing provides between 18 and 19 per cent. Game over. This simple fact explains why the SEO industry focuses on the activities of Google almost to the exclusion of all...
Weekly SEO Trend: Google Ranking

Weekly SEO Trend: Google Ranking

This week, Google tinkered with its ranking algorithm to promote sites that use encryption for transmissions – systems known as HTTPS and SSL. Although this change won’t alter your law firm’s presentation to the general public, it does offer a way for you to boost...
Lawyers: 9 local search tips

Lawyers: 9 local search tips

0% of desktop searches are local, while 50% of mobile searches are local. Combined, 30% of all searches are currently local. With mobile searches expected to overtake desktop searches in 2014, local searches should within two years outnumber non-local searches. This...