When someone comes to your website and they’re reading your blog, perhaps reading a practice area page, they may think it’s legal advice. For example, if they see something in your blog where you’re describing a case scenario, which you’re always careful to do hypothetically, and it seems to be pertinent to their legal issue, they […]
In the context of what is ‘misleading,’ there are five critical areas to consider: Legal Information vs. Legal Advice Case Results Are we establishing an attorney-client relationship through the contact that we’re making with the client? Does ‘contingency fee’ mean free of charge? (This is not something that is addressed in the Model Rules, but […]
One thing we have to keep in mind is what is going to be the best possible user experience. Google is really hard-core about what this entails. First, you’ll notice that it should be mobile-friendly and that they favor websites that are formatted for smart phone searches in its smart-phone search results. This is because Google […]
“White Hat” versus “Black Hat” refers to the method by which you perform your SEO. “White hat” means that you’re doing everything according to Google’s guidelines, recommendations and best practices, and this is primarily providing high-quality content and letting the links come to you. “Black hat” refers to all kinds of crazy things that you […]
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