The website has long been a necessity for attorneys. At the advent of the Internet it may have been seen as a passing trend, but websites are now the number one marketing tool for any law firm or solo practitioner. If you created your website early on and are still using the same design, you could be missing out on valuable referral sources, networking opportunities, and more. In the year 2019, make sure to keep your website relevant and fresh if you want it to work for you and your firm.
Enlist a pro to get the job done
Modern websites have almost unlimited capabilities. Clients can learn about your practice, read updated reviews of your services, pay their bills online, and so much more. If you’re looking for a high-tech website to match our techy modern world, you’ll need to partner up with a professional website developer. They can handle the advanced coding and programming while you focus more on the content of your site.
Refocus your content
Once you’ve found a great web developer to walk you through the technical aspects of your redesign, you’ll need to ask for the right changes if you want to see your website work for you. Your ultimate goal should be to create a trove of information about your firm, your professional achievements, and what makes your approach unique.
In an article PSM, Founder and President Terrie S. Wheeler, MBC, wrote for the American Bar Association’s GPSolo eReport, she outlines the best tweaks for your law website. With the help of your web developer, copywriter, and other professionals, implementing Terrie’s tips can help you create a website that will be as unique and cutting-edge as your practice is.
For more information about how you can give your website a facelift and get it working FOR you, read Terrie’s article here.