Building a website is serious business. It's important that the website not only represents your brand well, but it is also user-friendly. This is how you get users to stay on the site. For this reason, it's important to take the process seriously and definitely hire a web developer for the job. Don't just hire anyone, though. Have an idea of what their past projects are like and what you are looking for regarding design and user experience, as well.
29 December 2017
When it comes to handling the digital vertical of your marketing, there are a lot of things to consider. Do you hire designated digital specialists to keep on full time or hire out third-party firms? Do you train your existing marketing team to be experts in the digital field? The answers really depend on the size and scope of your brand. Nonetheless, there are a few things that you should consider when hiring a digital marketing expert.
26 June 2017
As a lawyer, you have to drum up business just like anyone else who relies on a continuous roster of clients to make ends meet. Social media marketing is an awesome way to generate new leads online, but consider hiring a professional team that specializes in legal social media marketing to do the leg work for you – here's why it's a good idea: Save Time Without Sacrificing Reliability One of the best reasons to hire a professional service provider who specializes in legal social media marketing is to save yourself and your in-house team some time without worrying about whether or not the communications that are shared through social media sites on your legal team's behalf are reliable.
3 May 2017
As an attorney, you might be thinking about setting up a website, or you might be looking for ways to improve your existing site. There are a few key things that attorney websites should feature for best results; these are a few of the things that you might want to think about implementing. 1. Helpful Articles and Blog Posts First of all, you might want to think about adding helpful articles and blog posts to your site.
10 April 2017
You probably have a fantastically designed website, but it might look terrible when compressed to a smaller screen. You don't want customers to have to use their finger to manually scroll left and right to read all of the words that you have on a page. You also want to make sure that all of your menus are still working and that they take advantage of the mobile technology to which they are attached.
29 March 2017