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People hire you to handle their legal matters. They don’t hire logos, DIY legal document services, they hire you – your experience, your credentials, maybe even the style of your hair. Whatever it is, you are who they are contacting.

You need to think about the power of you when selecting an online marketing strategy. Your website should not be a buffer between you, your law firm, and prospective clients. Instead, it should be an extension of you and what you stand for.

Don’t think this only applies to sole practitioners. If you have a larger firm with multiple attorneys, you can capitalize on this philosophy by bringing the characters and personalities of your law firm to life so that the many personalities that make up your practice can become part of your online presence.

How to make your website personal

1) Who are you, really? – Your attorney bio page is one of the most popular pages on your website. When reviewing analytic data, we see it confirmed across all practice areas and major cities. Your bio page on your website is a great place to talk about you.

List your credentials, but don’t focus on them. Everyone assumes you went to law school, that doesn’t need to be the focus.

What are some of your hobbies?

What organizations do you volunteer for or contribute to?

Most importantly, why did you choose the area of law that you practice?...CONTINUE READING

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Topics:  Business Development, Marketing, Websites

Published In: Firm Marketing Updates, Professional Practice Updates

DISCLAIMER: Because of the generality of this update, the information provided herein may not be applicable in all situations and should not be acted upon without specific legal advice based on particular situations.

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