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15 Sep

3 Basic Metrics to Analyze Right Away

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Questions you should ask yourself when reviewing your website analytics are:

– How many visitors landed on my law blog or web page?

– How long did visitors stay on my website or blog post?

– Which pages did visitors stay on the longest or visit the most often?

Metrics that you should pay close attention to in order to figure out the answers to these questions are:

Visitors, most visited pages, and bounce rate.

24 Apr

Writing a Law Article vs. Writing a Law Blog Post: 5 Key Differences

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Writing a Law Article vs. Writing a Law Blog: 5 Key Differences. Articles are authoritative, informative, valuable, can contain opinion and are stigma-free. Law blog posts, although a SEO necessity, are usually associated with marketing. Articles can become a reliable resource or reference. Readers will reward you through new business and increased website traffic, if you provide beneficial content.

20 Jan

That’s Right Get Going with Starter Content

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A common question we get asked is: “How can our business generate cost-effective content right out of the gate?” The answer is: with starter content. Find information, pictures, awards, or anything that adds value. Then make it into content, it’s that simple. You don’t have to recreate the wheel, simply rework it into an original content piece. If you need advice, let us know – we can help.