Most attorneys blog for one or two reasons:
Let me ask you a question, do you follow your dentist's blog? Why not? Your dentist has paid good money to a marketing company to fill his/her website with valuable information about root canals and Gingivitis, isn't that something you'd like to regularly read about? Unfortunately, to a consumer what a lawyer does every day is like getting a root canal, (hopefully it's not like that for you).
Consumers looking for an attorney are similar, they'll often find your blog in a Google search that leads to your website. A HubSpot study of 7,000 B2B and B2C businesses found that:
Matthew Toren from Business.com says: "...your blog [and guest blog] is where you put your highest quality content, and you use social media, emails, and other means to share that content with your audience. In that manner, blogging is still one of the most effective tools out there for content marketing, and they should be a part of nearly every inbound marketing strategy."
InlandEmpireLawyers.com would like your brain... well... not literally. We want what's in your brain.
If you use our blogging platform to write intelligent and compelling legal content, we attribute your content by linking to your legal profile on InlandEmpireLawyers.com. After you've submitted 5 published blogs we will allow you to link to your website from your blogs which will help with your optimization effort, PLUS we'll add your picture and tagline to a practice results page (Family, Criminal, Personal Injury, Etc). How do I get a legal profile?
If you're already a subscribing customer of InlandEmpireLawyers.com, thank you! You can publish and link to any page of your website today (hooray!).
Shy about blogging? Kevin O'Keefe from LexBlog, (widely known as an excellent legal blogger), has published "5 Topics to Blog About", a great way to get started. If you want to learn what to avoid when blogging, Law360 published "5 Ways Law Firms Screw Up Their Blogs" Both are easy to read and to the point, I suggest you read both before publishing one more blog entry.
If you are interested in contributing blogs to InlandEmpireLawyers.com click here, we have some guidelines to follow. This service is available to LOCAL attorneys in San Bernardino & Riverside Counties only, (Cal Bar verified).
*Updated Feb 17, 2017
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