Recent Blog Posts
Responding to a Negative Review (For Attorneys in 2019)
Maintaining your professional reputation and that of your law firm has always been of the utmost importance to your success. In today’s online world, both the capability to post a review and the popularity of doing so have exploded. This practice can be great for your firm so long as the reviews are positive,… Read More »
The LinkedIn Company Page for Law Firms – Why and How?
Have you ever tried doing a search for your law firm on Google? You might be surprised to find a LinkedIn company page of your firm on the first page of Google. This is important when bringing awareness to your law firm or brand. However, you might find that you don’t have a LinkedIn… Read More »
Google’s PageSpeed Insight Update and how it Affects Your Law Firm Website Visibility
Google recently announced that it has integrated Lighthouse metrics to its PageSpeed Insights – one of the analytics tools Google uses to measure a website’s load time. Lighthouse metrics is a useful tool because it incorporates information from the Chrome internet browser user report – in other words, real-world user data – as well… Read More »
Google Plus Shutdown – How it Impacts SEO for your Law Firm
Many of you may not have used or thought of Google Plus in a while, but it has had a past history of significantly influencing local SEO and search engine results. Hence, it might be a concern to you that Google+ is shutting down in April 2019, after almost 8 long years of running…. Read More »
International Clients? Are They (and You) Prepared for GDPR?
As of May 25th, 2018, the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is now in effect. What does GDPR do, and what does it mean for companies which collect customer data? One thing it means is millions of dollars in fines for noncompliance. The time is now for corporate officers and corporate counsel… Read More »
Save Your Website from Being Labeled “Not Secure” by Google!
Google Chrome marks its ten-year anniversary later this year, and in that time it has become the most-used web browser in the world. Over 60% of the world’s computers connect to the Internet through Chrome, so regardless of what web browser you personally use, it is important to be aware of Chrome and how… Read More »
Remember to Respect Client Confidentiality when Blogging about Your Latest Court Victory
On March 6, 2018, the American Bar Association (ABA) issued Formal Opinion 480 on Confidentiality Obligations for Lawyer Blogging and Other Public Commentary. As an attorney, you are probably steeped in your state’s rules of client confidentiality and know better than to reveal client confidences on the golf course or at a dinner party,… Read More »
Is Your Law Firm Website Accessible to Persons with Disabilities?
Law Firm Website and Americans with Disabilities Act The landmark Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) does many things. Title I prohibits employment discrimination on the basis of disability and requires employers to make reasonable accommodations for qualified individuals with disabilities. Title II requires governmental agencies to make sure their services are accessible to persons… Read More »