Law Firm Marketing Create Compelling Copy: Internet Marketing for Rainmakers/Part 2 of 5

Here are more strategies for becoming a Rainmaker on the Internet:??

Create compelling copy. I strongly recommend you consider hiring a professional copywriter to write the copy on your website. Yes, I know, every lawyer out there writes for a living. However, the gulf between writing a great legal brief and creating compelling copy can be like the Grand Canyon. The number-one purpose of your website is to compel visitors to pick up the phone and call you. A great copywriter can create credible copy that will get your phone ringing.

?Another purpose of your website copy is to help you rank well in the search engines. One way to do this is by using the exact same words and phrases you researched in step one in the copy of your website. Each page should focus on four to six phrases. For example, one page may focus on four phrases such as “Orange County California personal injury lawyers,” “Orange County California personal injury attorneys,” “Los Angeles California personal injury lawyers,” and “Los Angeles County California personal injury attorneys.”?

Key Action Points:

?• Consider hiring a professional copywriter to write your website copy.?

• Be sure to include on each page the keywords for which you want to rank high.

?• Include a call to action on every page. Tell people what you want them to do: call you, register, sign up, etc.

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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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