All businesses require content. This includes lawyers who must attract new clients to grow their firms. While many lawyers have heard about content marketing, there is still a growing need for many lawyers to implement these digital strategies for better outcomes when conducting business online. Online content that grabs the attention of prospective clients and that meets their direct needs is imperative for today’s savvy law firms. Content marketing is a digital marketing strategy that employs internet-based content such as blogs, newsletters, social media posts and video series, just to name a few, for the purpose of effectively communicating with clients and piquing their interests. For lawyers who want to achieve their business objectives, content marketing is an excellent approach that yields results when compared to traditional marketing efforts. Here are some of the top reasons why content marketing for lawyers is so beneficial. Continue reading “Content Marketing for Lawyers”
Google+ can be a beneficial part of an SEO campaign. For those who are not yet using Google Plus, it is likely because they do not know how to take advantage of the platform or misunderstand the nature of Google+ and how it can improve SEO results. There are several different ways to strategically use Google+ for SEO purposes.
Content on Google+ is treated by the search engine just like content that is on any other web page. Any content that is placed on Google+ will be indexed and can gain page rank as well as be listed in search results by Google. This can be very beneficial since about 2/3 of all searches in the United States take place on Google. It is essential to have your content searched and indexed. The posts made on Google+ will appear as search page results which manes that some of your audience may be able to find your Google+ content through a regular search on Google. The content will be online, gain in page rank, and appear in SERPs for a long period of time. It’s even possible for some of the posts to continue ranking indefinitely – even as long as a year. Most tweets only have about a 14 minute lifespan on SERPs so one year is really good real estate. Continue reading “How to Use Google+ for SEO”
There is really no doubt that creative content is essential to a web marketing campaign. Many businesses already maintain regular blogs as part of their marketing strategies and most are starting to lean more toward social integration. These can be very useful components of a strategic campaign; but if you are using the same kind of content over and over it is most likely just as boring to your audience as it has become to you. It’s important to note that there are a variety of content options available and by using a good mix you can keep your audience engaged and stimulated. It is important then to know about the major types of online content in order to diversify marketing efforts and successfully reach a diverse audience. Continue reading “Types of Content”
The phrase, “Content is King” was applicable to printed materials even before the Internet. Today, as online content has begun to dominate print content, most web marketing specialists still hold that content is king. Basically, no matter what type of medium is being used solid content is still the heart of the matter. Content is the central part of marketing and SEO campaigns and without it, being found online just isn’t going to happen. There are many ways that content contributes to a successful marketing or SEO campaign and adds value to a site.
Content Builds Customer Loyalty
Too many times inexperienced SEO professionals build campaigns around first-time or unique visitors. While this is an important aspect of the campaign and essential to growth, businesses cannot be well established based on first-time visitors. Successful companies do not make their money from a single visit by a first-time customer. The real money is made by consumers who choose to return over and over again. A good example is the Wall Street Journal who has made their money from people who have read their content and decided that it was interesting and good enough to purchase the paper again, or subscribe. The Wall Street Journal would not be the giant it is today (both online and off) if they relied on getting a new customer to purchase the paper every time. Continue reading “Good Content is King”