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Here Are 10 High-Quality Articles To Publish Instantly on Your Law Firm Blog.
Written by one of the most well respected social media experts in legal services and a practising solicitor, these pre-written blog posts can immediately boost your blog to new heights – just copy and paste
Dear Fellow Solicitor,
The clock is ticking. In the new legal services market, without a powerful Internet presence, you risk your law firm being overrun by powerful ABSs or by more proactive forward thinking law firms.
Our "Blog in a Box” is an instant fix for solicitors who don’t have time to write for their blog and yet who have heard and understand blogging is one of the easiest ways to generate more enquiries through their law firm website.
I have taken the best articles from my award-winning articles (posts) from my blog on my Clutton Cox web site, and have packaged them up. All you have to do is make a few minor edits (which as we explain in the provided instructions only takes a few minutes) and you’ll have enough content to run your blog for more than 2 months – and you’ll be able to do it effortlessly.
Key features & benefits include…
- Significantly increase your chances of appearing on Google (or enhance your existing search engine rankings if any) - fully SEO search engine optimized.
- Only minimal editing required to make unique for your law firm.
- Quickly ‘find & replace’ your local town to enhance local search rankings.
- Save time; Your next ten weeks of blogging, done effortlessly!
- Compatible with Wordpress, Typepad, and all of the most popular blogging platforms on the Internet, guaranteed.
- Save money; No need to lose valuable fee earning time.
- Comes with useful tips and advice on how to use these expertly written articles to generate more online enquiries from potential clients.
- Full video training given on most popular CMS platform (WordPress) showing you how to edit and add these to your site in just a few minutes.
- If you’re worrying about what to write this will get you started on the road to blogging.
- Great value for money – just the Cost of a day’s course for CPD points.
- Instant empowerment and impact on the Internet: punch well above your weight.
- No scratching around worrying about what to write – avoid writers’ block.
- Turbo charge your law firm’s Internet presence.
With these 10 pre-written blog posts you can hit the ground running, and quickly make your website the hub of all your marketing activity on and off line. It's a super-easy way to turn your law firm website into a powerful magnet to get found online by existing and potential clients.
How Important Is Blogging?
25% of respondents in a recent survey by online marketeers Hubspot reported that blogging was critical to their business.
I would certainly include my law firm Clutton Cox in that category.
Blogging undoubtedly has increased my firm Clutton Cox’s awareness on the Internet, and brings new clients to us in our main areas of expertise conveyancing, wills and probate.
42% of leads to my law firm over the last 6 months came directly from my website.
Currently, I have about 850 pages indexed by Google with about 3695 pages across the whole site. Clutton Cox is currently in the top 7% of websites in the world, and traffic to my website increased from just over 5,000 visitors in 2009 to now almost 24,000 per year with an an incredible 45,000 page views.
Obviously to create that amount of content takes a lot of time and effort. Or at least it did for me, but you don’t have to.
I’ve decided to release my 10 best conveyancing blog posts and license them to you for instant use on your own law firm blog.
It’s never been easier to make your blog become a valuable lead generating tool for promoting your law firm.
Remember, the more you blog, the more clients you receive is the clear message.
And here’s an example of this in practice…
I posted a Conveyancing article to my law firm blog at 5pm one Friday evening. It was entitled "Conveyancing in Yate” 10 Things You Need to Know if You Are Moving Home”.
Yate is a town a mile away from me in Chipping Sodbury, and is dominated by corporate Estate Agents from whom we get no business.
I checked on Monday morning first thing, and typed into Google "Conveyancing in Yate”. My blog had been indexed by Google over the weekend and sat proudly at No. 5 in the organic left hand side list.
Later that morning, I had an email from my website from a new client who had instructed me to do his Conveyancing online.
I telephoned the client and asked what had led him to choose us.
He lived about 10 miles away but had found our website through Google. He had read my blog on Conveyancing in Yate and was taken by my local knowledge.
I only had to thank him for his instruction. He had all the information he needed to make his choice. We had been preselected.
Google had referred him to us.
How Does This Work?
Order using the link below, and you’ll be instantly emailed a private link to download all 10 blog-ready articles.
The blogs are ready to use, but you can also edit alter or amend to your own liking and preferences.
Then post one new blog article each week for the next ten weeks… in a fraction of the time it would have normally taken you.
NB: Other recent research by HubSpot revealed that companies who post fresh content on their blogs more than once a day acquire a staggering 92% of customers as a direct result.
Of course blogging more than once every day is simply not feasible for the vast majority of law firms. The good news is that some 70% of companies were content with the returns from blogging at least once a week.
I recommend once you’ve downloaded these articles in the next few minutes, just plan on posting one a week.
But if the blogs galvanise your own blogging activity then you could easily post 2 or 3 blogs a week.
A well-written blog can add personality to yourself and your law firm again without having to try too hard. Clients and potential clients like doing business with people they like and can trust.
Blogs can demonstrate legal expertise in a more easy going and less stuffy style, which most clients appreciate. A blog is a brilliant device to help solicitors achieve this.
I am invariably asked by other solicitors thinking of starting a law firm blog, how they can ensure their blogs avoid being boring and uninteresting: or as I would put it, ‘turgid and bombastic.’
Remember, if you do not disrupt the way you sell legal services you run the risk of being disrupted by ABSs.
You can develop your own brand by blogging; writing articles; self publishing; adding killer content to your law firm website and show you personality through social media – and we just made it super-easy for you!
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Buy instant access to these blog posts, and start using them on your blog. If you don’t agree that this is one of the best decisions you have ever made, and is the easiest way to blog, simply take down the article and send us a link to your blog – we will refund you in FULL.
That said, Ed and I are confident you will find this the quickest, easiest way ever to quickly start putting high-quality blog posts which are proven to generate enquiries from your website.
And the best way to kick start your law firm blogging career.
Paul Hajek, author of the "Blog in a Box” series of blog posts, and one of the UK's most well respected legal social media experts and practising solicitor.
About the Author of 'Blog in a Box'
- Paul qualified as a solicitor in 1983 and has run Clutton Cox since 1985
- Paul's property blogs were runner up in the prestigious Prime Location blog awards for 2009.
- Paul won the 360 Legal Group ‘Most Effective Social Networker’ Award for 2010.
- Paul was the Conveyancing Expert Blogger for Yell.com
- Paul currently has more than 2000 followers on Twitter.