Social Media Marketing For Law Firms
It’s not enough anymore to have a good website—a well-designed and executed social media campaign is an integral part of any effective online marketing approach. Studies show that 95% of adults under the age of 34 follow a brand via social media and that almost three-quarters of them are likely to recommend a service provider based on a good social media experience. When you’ve launched a new page on your website, one of the most effective ways to drive substantial traffic to that page is with a well-placed social media post. It’s also well-known that social media posts can be an integral factor in enhancing your site’s search engine optimization, improving your ranking.
Ensuring That You Have a Strong Social Media Presence
At GetLegal.com, we have extensive social media capability for our customers. We have the ability to target social media audiences by demographics or interests, or can upload a list of contacts. We will prepare regular custom posts to Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, LinkedIn and Google+, and can create and place ads on a wide range of social media platforms to either generate lead or enhance your branding.
GetLegal.com—A Comprehensive Approach to Online Marketing
At GetLegal.com, we offer many services as a part of our overall approach to online marketing:
- How will the link fare on Google’s Quality Score?
- Is the link on a site that is relevant to your practice and is the content where the link is found relevant?
- What is the anchor text of the link (the actual words that make up the link text)?
- Are the links from a wide range of sources?
For a Full-Service Approach to Online Marketing—Look to GetLegal.com
- Website and e-mail hosting
- Custom content by attorney writers, including website pages and blogs
- Cutting edge video production
- Offline conversion and call tracking
- High level search engine marketing and search engine optimization, including paid search
- Reputation management
- Web analytics
- Social media strategies
- Attorney directory services