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Copy that Meshes With Your Web Design

Great web design never just happens by accident rather it’s the result of skill, talent, perseverance and process which accurately answers the questions regarding your site’s intended user. It conveys a specific voice, perspective and point of view which you have likely researched endlessly in order to achieve. You have a specific strategy and you [...]

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Content Strategy for Your Legal Website

Content strategy is a plan for creating and publishing useful, usable content on your legal website. In order to fully realize that goal, you must not only define—at least in your own mind—which content will be published, but you must be able to articulate why each piece will be published at all. If you don’t [...]

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Building Trust Into Your Legal Website

As most of those in the legal profession are aware, trust on the part of clients is absolutely essential. You probably have little problem gaining the trust of the clients who walk in your front door and sit down in your office to have a face-to-face conversation. How does that trust translate in your firm’s [...]

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Breaking Up Long Paragraphs with Photos or Bulleted Text

Web readers actually read less than 20% of what is on any given webpage, skipping blithely past any large blocks of text unless the first few words grab their attention and slow them down. You have a very small window of opportunity in which to grab your potential client’s attention therefore you must use that [...]

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Brand Building Through Web Design

Your brand is a symbol which not only helps you win clients, but also helps you keep them. A symbol typically represents something else, and your brand wraps up experiences and characteristics into one large, rather abstract idea. Your brand further sets expectations, and in general when given uncertain options humans are apt to choose [...]

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Balancing Your Text and Graphics

While the old adage states that a picture is worth a thousand words, in terms of search engine marketing this may not ring as true. In fact, although graphics are an important part of your overall legal website design, overdoing them can be much too visually intense for your readers, causing them to quickly click [...]

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Adding Sign-Up and Contact Forms to Your Legal Web Pages

Many webpages simply overlook the importance of contact and sign-up forms even though for attorneys in particular these areas should be given special emphasis. The contact form allows the web reader who has looked over your legal web pages and determined your firm meets their needs to easily submit their information. In effect, the contact [...]

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Achieving Artistic Distance When Contemplating Your Legal Website

Like any creative endeavor designing your firm’s website can truly be a labor of love, even if it is mostly tagged as “commercial.” The successful web solutions created on a daily basis are nonetheless based on sound principles of art and design even for those who have yet to take a course on the subject [...]

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What Do You Mean By “Thereby Proclaiming?”

I am a writer.  I write for a specific audience every time I open the word processor on my laptop.  You, as an experienced attorney, probably feel the same way, whether you are writing for a judge or writing a letter to one of your clients.  Have you ever wondered about the whether the reading [...]

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Exact Match, Broad Match or Phrase Match—Do You Know the Difference?

When determining your SEO strategy for your website it can be helpful to understand the difference between the various types of keyword matches. Basically, a broad match will contain all the search words however they can be in any order and can include other words as well. A phrase match will contain the search words [...]

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