In celebration of our 20th anniversary, Divorce Marketing Group, Divorce Magazine, and www.DivorcedMoms.com introduced an online Divorce School, which opened in April this year.
The Fall/Winter 2016 Family Lawyer Magazine issue is out and should be arriving in your mailbox soon! Don’t miss out on yet another issue loaded with must-read articles from leading divorce industry professionals.
A year ago, I wrote an article called “Have You Googled Your Name Lately?” for the Family Advocate magazine by the American Bar Association, I thought I would share some of my points here since this topic is still highly relevant.
You may ask yourself: How can I keep writing new articles and blog posts when I am so busy servicing my clients and running my business? I know, it is not easy, but here’s one tip to help you out: repurpose what you have written.
If you write for websites of your own, that’s great! What’s better, however, is to write for websites with more visitors than yours. I’l tell you why.
Build Your Reputation as An Expert and Increase Traffic to Your Website Much Faster
Do you get 500 visitors to your website monthly? Or 3,000 visitors? No matter how much traffic your website gets, your articles or blog posts are limited to that finite number of visitors. Let’s face it, that number is no comparison to websites that have 100,000 or 1,000,000 visitors every month! When your article or blog post appears on these websites with more visitors than yours, the chances of them being read greatly increases. Plus, with every article you write, you can usually include your bio and a link back to your website.