Nowadays, if you want to stand out from the crowd it’s imperative to make your own website. Without a website, nobody will know that your business, blog, or resume even exists, considering most people nowadays turn to the Internet to find what they need.
When it comes to law firms, there is no doubt that the industry is a competitive one. With more than 160 thousand law firms, it can be hard to stand out from the competition. However, a great way to attract more customers and gain a leg up on the competition is to get familiar with web marketing for lawyers.
WordPress is about to change in a really big way.
With WordPress now powering 30% of the web, security should be a top concern for site owners. Why? Because this popularity comes at a price – WordPress is heavily targeted by malicious hackers and spammers who seek to leverage insecure sites to their advantage. In fact, Wordfence reports there are up to 90,000 attacks on WordPress sites every minute.
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A well-designed lawyer’s website should help you increase the number of clients you get and position you and your law firm as the best experts in your particular area of practice. As such, your law firm website design needs to reflect your core values and expertise as well as be professionally designed.
How to Make Responsive Design Work for Your Business.
Thanks to the Internet, learning responsive web design online isn’t all that difficult. You’ll find that there’s no shortage of responsive web design tutorials that share code snippets and allow you to download files used in the tutorial so you can study them at your own pace.
Return on investment, or ROI, is a crucial component of any successful business strategy. It’s a calculation of how much you’ll benefit in return for the cost of a specific investment or venture. Although it may be simple to understand and calculate, it’s not quite so simple to achieve. To ensure you maintain a viable ROI, you need to keep customer engagement and revenue as high as possible.
Blogging is a powerful form of personal and commercial representation online. Whether it involves establishing a brand, authoring editorials on lifestyle topics, driving traffic to earn affiliate income, or really anything regarding creating content, WordPress offers the most efficient method of creating blogs.
The streamlined versatility granted to you through the use of WordPress, in it’s simplistic and accessible approach, is one of the primary reasons for its extensive use. Building on this idea through the use of WordPress themes, allows you to achieve success more readily. So today, I’ll be presenting the top 10 WordPress themes that emphasize SEO, in that they are optimized to give you a stronger presence in search engines, and to grant better visibility to potentially millions of users, daily.
Responsive web design is a must nowadays. Given the increasing number of people using their mobile devices to do research before buying a product as well as to catch up on the latest news, your business can’t afford to have a non-responsive website.
There is no denying that responsive web design has been gaining in popularity and importance ever since Google announced that mobile-friendly, responsive websites will see a boost in their search engine rank in 2015.
As I think back on our time with ThemeKeeper, it all goes back to August 16th, 2012. It was an exciting day, the day we submitted Avada to ThemeKeeper for review. The excitement was purely from the fact our new theme was complete, approved and ready to be sold. Every author who submits items on the marketplace knows and understands this feeling.