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How A Website Brings Your Law Firm Business

We are living in a digital world, and very few people are looking up your business name in the Yellow Pages. A website for your law firm is vital for helping potential clients discover you. In fact, over 97% of consumers search for local businesses online. (Source: SEO Tribunal) If your firm is not utilizing the web, it does not exist in the digital sphere where most of your clientele are spending their time.

The Importance of a Website

Why does your business need a website? Not only does a website build online visibility, but it also provides additional details about your law firm.

Create a First Impression

Your business’s online presence starts with a website. In the eyes of your client, your website is their first impression of your law firm. A majority of your potential clients are searching online for solutions to their legal needs.

Part of this first impression is making sure your target market can find your website. Google and other search engines are opt-in services. This means that if you are not informing search engines of your business information on a website, they will not make your site discoverable to users online.

Increase Engagement with Potential Clients

Your website automatically creates a channel for potential client engagement. A good website gives your user an opportunity to interact with your business. Some examples include enabling users to schedule an appointment, request a free consultation, fill out a contact form, or email your business. The more opportunities that you can  provide a potential client to easily engage with your business, the better!

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Establish a Competitive Advantage

If you want potential clients to choose your law firm over the competition, your business needs a website. Providing key information on your practice areas through your website can distinguish your business from competitors in your local network. Your website content reflects your brand identity, personality, and culture, helping you stand out against the competition and increasing your chances to connect with new clients.

How a Website Brings Your Law Firm BusinessA Website Grows Your Business

How does a website grow your business? Your website not only builds your digital footprint, but it can also grow your physical presence. Your website supports your business by growing visibility in your community and industry.

Generate Leads

The right call-to-action (CTA) throughout your website can help generate business leads. A CTA is a button or text on your website that prompts a user to provide their contact information for a specific purpose. For example, a CTA guides a user to schedule an appointment, download a free guide, or request more information from your law firm. The CTA on your website steers a potential client to fill out a contact form, which captures their information for you to follow up and potentially convert them into your next client.

Market Your Business

Your law firm’s website allows you to showcase your business’s practice areas. You can also have multiple assets on your website that amplify your law firm’s services. For example, blog posts make your firm stand out as an expert in your field and provide useful information on legal solutions. Also, incorporating a testimonial section on your website can promote your credibility. How you promote your business on your website will dictate how clients identify with aspects of your business and determine if you can meet their needs when choosing an attorney.

Expand Your Reach Beyond Local

Your website strengthens your overall business by expanding your reach. More traditional forms of marketing, like business cards, flyers, or newspaper ads, have a limited geographical reach. A website can lead anyone to your law firm., even on the outer edges of your geographical area. For example, if you provide online estate planning across your state, your website allows people statewide to find your business, instead of being limited to the people in your immediate vicinity.

SEO, or search engine optimization, is another strategy for expanding your target market reach. Search engines crawl, index and rank your website content through important keywords and metadata. The right SEO keywords can place your business at the top of a search result and get your services in front of your ideal clients. Your business’s web content should contain enough relevant keywords to show up first on a search page. This can extensively expand your reach to new clientele in your target market.

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Boost Local Exposure

Finally, your website can also boost your local exposure. While it’s wonderful to broaden your visibility, it’s also true that 4 in 5 consumers use search engines, like Google Maps, to find local information. (Source: Think with Google) Linking your website to your Google Maps listing allows a potential client to seamlessly move into the sales funnel. Clear and consistent contact information is a must-have in order for your business to facilitate client engagement on your website.

Today we use the Internet for just about everything. It is vital to provide your clients with a user friendly website that clearly outlines your services and values. Your firm’s website allows you to establish yourself online where your target audience is interacting. A website makes it easier for potential clients to search, discover, and contact you on legal matters. And your law firm’s website informs and refines your business’s brand which makes it effortless for clients to establish a relationship with your firm.

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