your site. To make it unique and compelling. Addressing the
wants and needs of your potential client.
template web sites will look like every other law firm on the
block - so we don't use templates. Each site is unique
although we adhere to a standard "Look And Feel" that we have
found to be the most effective.
Isn't that expensive? Yes,
it can be. If you have an existing site not producing the
results you want, you need to shop around. You MUST get a firm
that understands law firms. It's unique, and a pretty web site
without the right terms and verbiage just won't cut it.
many new clients will you need to justify such an
expense? One? Three? Once it's done there is little on-going
"Your web site is
'warm and fuzzy' and definitely puts the reader at ease,
creating/building a relationship that makes the reader
comfortable with you ... they like you and want to buy from you.
I am proof of how that worked. You are indeed a maestro!"
a site to produce qualified leads and sales it needs to be
compelling. Visitors must like the site, not get
annoyed by movies and other flashy graphics.
You have to make
them want to stay so they can make a decision to
Credibility needs to be established, and the verbiage
must be persuasive without being pushy.
The site also needs to
be optimized for search engines. Surprisingly, something we
found most sites are not.