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Internet Newsletter for Lawyers
Edited by Nick Holmes and Delia Venables
Articles filed under Website development
It’s not just being found on search engines that’s important; it’s being found near the top of the search engine results pages. And even getting to the top of Google doesn’t necessarily mean you’ll get additional enquiries; you also need a website that encourages searchers to get in touch.
In the last issue, we discussed the pros and cons of setting up specialised websites. After that article, I received comments from two providers of specialised content who believe that they can help a firm keep their website up to date without undue effort or indeed cost. Here are their contributions, together with comments which I requested and obtained from some of the users of their respective services.
On the internet, things are not always as they seem. A typical website is not necessarily 100 per cent hosted in one place – when you go to the site, content is likely to download to your browser from a number of sources: images from one host, videos from another host, feeds from many hosts, and so on.
What is the best way to get good fee-earners’ profiles onto your firm’s website? Most clients like learn something about their solicitor. Search engines will also lead a prospective client looking for a particular solicitor, to your website via the profile.
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