Do not purchase mass produced blog posts for law firms

There is a service being offered by a few law firm marketing companies: blog posts for law firms. With this service, blog posts written by “someone” “on behalf of” the law firm or a lawyer from the firm would be added to the law firms’ websites on a weekly basis. Because this service has been sold and purchased by hundreds, maybe thousands of family law firms, these have to be mass produced blog posts. The onus is on the law firms to check these blog posts and make sure the content is accurate, of quality, relevant and good for business. This service is mostly sold in the name of adding fresh content to their websites and for search engine optimization (SEO) purposes.

How Much Should You Pay For A Website?

How Much Should You Pay For A Website? Are You Still Paying And Paying And Paying For Your Website?

I am always amazed as to how much more we will pay for the same thing that we can get elsewhere, just because we didn’t take a little bit of time to find out what we should be paying or to comparison shop.

When it comes to a major purchase, like the building, hosting and maintenance of a website, which promotes a professional business and can cost thousands of dollars, I have seen a lot of successful family lawyers, mediators, CDFAs etc. being what I called “Intelligent Dummies”.