We know how hard it is to choose a content writer for your website and blog. There are so many choices and so many different styles of writers–how can you be sure you have chosen the right one? At Legal Content Writing, we know that you don’t want to waste money on bad writing or spend hours of your own time rewriting and editing work you’ve already paid for! That’s why we offer a way to try our services for FREE. To learn more about our FREE offer, fill out our contact form. It’s that easy! Let us take the guesswork out of hiring a legal content writer or legal blogger. Try before you BUY!
Your website is the online “face” of your law firm. It lets clients know who you are and what you are about. High quality web content is the key to drawing in new clients and becoming a dominating presence on the Internet.
You could write your own web content and spend hours a day writing SEO enriched content OR you could hire a professional freelance content writer to take the burden off of you and your legal team.
In today’s legal world, a dynamic legal website is a priority. Not only does a great legal website provide your clients with valuable information, but it also increases client referrals and establishes you as an expert in your legal field.
The mistake many firms make is in hiring young law students or paralegals to write their legal web content. While they are certainly knowledgeable about the legal profession, they may not be skilled at presenting complex legal information in an easy to read format for the average web searcher.
Your legal website should be working for you—–24 hours a day/7 days a week. Unfortunately, no matter how much money you spend on flash design and website optimization, it will fail to deliver client leads and referrals without dynamic, rich, and original legal web content.
WHO WE ARE:
As professional freelance legal content writers, our legal articles have appeared in hundreds of online legal websites, legal blogs and press releases across the United States. In addition, we have written for outstanding legal websites such as FindLaw and LawFather. No doubt you have read our legal articles without ever realizing it.
We are skilled in writing legal blog posts, law firm web content pages, press releases, case summaries, and more.
Buying legal web content is simple. Once you contact us, I will personally perform an analysis of your site and provide you with a list of topics that would be appropriate for your site. If you have your own titles in mind, we can write those as well.
Once you decide what articles you would like to see on your website, we will do all the rest. You can order packages of 5-10 articles or a’la carte and buy one at a time. As always, my work is backed by a 100% guarantee. If you are ever unhappy with the content for any reason, we will rewrite it at no additional charge.
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As ghostwriters, we retain none of the rights to these articles. Once you buy them, they are yours to use as you will—use them in blog posts, as web content, press releases and more….One price…multiples uses!
As an extra incentive to try our services, we will write one legal article specifically tailored to your site FOR FREE. If you don’t like it, there is no obligation to buy!
Don’t pay more for content…you need a legal freelance copywriter to get your website working for you. Contact us today for more information.
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According to the National Law Review, “Quality content creation and distribution is even more important in 2016, and no law firm – especially personal injury attorneys – should ignore its role in acquiring prospective clients.” This means that you need to create compelling and relevant content related to both your legal practice and your your targeted client base. This will result in an organic search presence that establishes you as a leader in your field.
Just how important is creating custom content? The CMO Council recently reported that 78% of consumers believe that an organization that provides custom content on their website are interested in building good relationships with them. This is the key to turning web searchers into clients.
- Content is STILL King but it has Changed: A law firm must have a website that is full of content that is rich and engaging, while still having a positive impact on SEO rankings. Providing useful content and solutions to the end-user is a must for law firms. SEO content writers and marketing companies that can deliver high-quality content on a consistent basis will be a hot commodity for law firms and attorneys that simply don’t have the time to write the content themselves.
- The Type of Content You Post is Key: No matter who writes your content, it is important to know the type of content that will improve your SEO rankings. Developing a targeted content development strategy is key to longterm success. Longform articles have done particularly well, as have hot topic articles. Readers tend to like and share content with more engaging titles like “Five things not to say to….” Or “What you need to know in 2016”. Targeting niche markets is also a priority for law firms. Law firms that wish to improve their SEO rankings and attract new clients need to develop a strategy that combines these approaches.
- Update Your Website and Blog Regularly: the law firms that continue to do the best in the search engine rankings are the ones that update their content on a regular basis. Continue to add quality content to both your website and blog throughout the year to reap the biggest rewards.
If you have developed a good working relationship with an experienced legal content writer, then your topics will be timely, informative, and engaging. If you are seeking engaging and dynamic copy for your law firm’s blog or website, give us a call. We can help you keep your legal blog up-to-date and filled with fresh, SEO content that will drive traffic to your law firm and establish your firm as an authority to call. You can even try our services for FREE~ just ask us how! Contact Ferrar Copywriters today for a free consultation and review of your website and blog – fill out our contact form and we’ll respond within 24 hours!
With over 7,000 legal blogs currently on the Internet, it is clear that legal blogging is alive and well. In fact, for the better part of a decade, law firms have incorporated blogs as a means of bringing in high-quality clients. Just as relationships and a solid reputation have always been the best strategies for building a successful law firm, a legal blog can be both a relationship and reputation accelerator. As the number of legal blogs continues to increase, the question arises as to what makes one legal blog successful and another much less successful? There are potentially a myriad of answers to this extremely important question.
As an attorney, you are probably well aware of the importance of a legal blog. It is often possible to quickly work your way up in Google results by doing nothing more than blogging on a regular basis. Of course the “regular basis” portion of that sentence is a crucial component of a successful legal blog. Since few attorneys have the necessary time to blog regularly, many incorporate a legal blog writer into their website strategy. While there are certainly many legal blog writers out there, the number of true professionals in the field narrows the field significantly. The following are the top blogging mistakes made by lawyers—and how a talented legal website writer can help you avoid these mistakes:
What is an E-book?
An e-book is an electronic version of a printed book which can be read on a computer or handheld device, or can be printed off to read at leisure. Legal e-books can be as short as 5-10 pages, or as long as 35-40 pages, depending on the subject matter. As an example, DUI laws vary widely from state to state, and it can be especially helpful to be able to point your client to a resource which offers all the necessary information someone facing DUI charges needs—while also telling them why an attorney is indispensable for a positive outcome.
Different Types of Legal E-books
At Ferrar Copywriters, we can help you craft an e-book that is designed to be an invaluable resource to both potential clients—and clients you already have. Of course your legal e-book will be tailored exclusively to your law firm; however the following will give you an idea of the wide range of topics e-books can cover. Contact us at Ferrar Copywriters to learn more about e-books and how you can benefit from this important marketing tool.
- Your Guide to Divorce in California
- How a Texas Car Accident Can Change Your Life
- Arrested For DUI in Denver What You Must Know
- Your Rights in the Houston Workplace
- Boston Probate Laws
- Foreclosure Procedures in Texas and How to Get the Help You Need
- What You Must Know About (Specific drug or dangerous medical device)
- Personal Injury in New Orleans
- What You Need to Know About Miami Protective Orders
- Immigration Information for Residents of Florida
- California Worker’s Comp Guide
- Social Security Disability Benefits Guide
- Trucking Accidents in the State of Washington
The Benefits of Legal E-books
You may be surprised at the many benefits you will reap from offering legal e-books to your prospective and current clients as an informative resource. Some of those benefits include:
The Secrets to Successful Legal Marketing Copy
One of the main questions my clients ask me is how I can get more traffic to their website. Chances are, by the time they’ve found me, they’ve already dropped hundreds of thousands of dollars into marketing companies and flashy graphic design—yet their website still fails to generate leads.
Sound familiar? It is then that I ask them the all-important question:
“What is your ultimate goal for your website?”
100% of lawyers surveyed would answer the same—to obtain clients.
How Can You Start Building Client Trust?
If you are looking to build online trust with your clients and start generating leads—start by looking at the content that is already on your site. Read through it page by page. Are you bored? Is it tedious? Is it repetitive? Is it just like every other law firm’s website? If you answered yes to any of those questions, it’s time for a fresh approach at content writing.
If you are looking to improve your search engine rankings and increase your client leads, a legal blog could be your answer. Adding content to a blog on a regular basis is a MUST for lawyers and law firms who are looking to get ahead of the competition and reach more web searchers. Yet before you rush out and open a WordPress blog, it is important to have a legal blogger on your team who can help you update your blog on a regular basis. Otherwise, as you get busier, your blog will lay dormant and you will lose this valuable SEO tool. Read the rest of this entry
Is There Really a Perfect Page Length?
Interestingly – but not surprisingly – there is not one specific page length that is considered “perfect” when writing legal articles and blogs for lawyer’s websites – at least insofar as Google is concerned. The quality and style of the content is far more important than the number of words on the page. After all, the purpose of a website article or blog is to inform, educate and interest the reader and to motivate them to go to your website or fill out your contact form.
Essential Information Can Be Conveyed in Shorter Pages
Search Engine Optimized Content – commonly referred to as SEO content – is web content that is designed to result in the highest search engine rankings possible. The first page in a search engine is worth its weight in gold. Most searchers and potential clients simply click on just a few entries on the first page–and that’s why our goal is to get your law firm listed on the first page of the various search engines, particularly Google.
One of the keys to obtaining first page placement is to hire an experienced legal content writer who understands how to write rich SEO content that entices the reader to stay on your site–and ultimately contact YOU. Yet when you already have an existing legal website, how often should you add content? Every year? Every month?
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What is SEO Writing?
SEO is the commonly used abbreviation for Search Engine Optimization and is constantly changing. At one point the simple insertion of an abundance of article and topic-related keywords resulted in first page search engine rankings. This is no longer the case, and in fact, overuse and misuse of keywords can and will lower the ranking of the website. Google, which attracts the vast majority of searches – more than 90% – actually controls the fate of the website. They have developed extremely sophisticated and algorithms that controls the destiny of the website’s ultimate page ranking. Like it or not, whoever writes your law firm’s web pages and blog posts must write in such a manner that is in concert with Google’s “rules” in order to obtain success.
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