7 website blunders

As a lawyer, your website is one of the most essential marketing asset for your firm. Every lawyer should have a flexible, simple, informative and professional website that highlights the individuality of the firm.

Aaron Andrew Nelson | Sept. 27, 2016

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First off, let’s take a quick look at what most lawyers try to do.

You’ve got the good old newspaper ads which are kind of outdated and really go stale, because you’ve got the same readership, even though the newspaper companies will tell you that you need to run your ads a year straight in order to get response, that is actually not the case. Usually you have the same readership and your ads will go stale.

Aaron Andrew Nelson | Sept. 9, 2016

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My wife is scared of going into the ocean because of sharks. And so I was doing a little research online about it and what I found is, more people are killed every year by hippos than by sharks. I also discovered that more people are killed by cows, and what really kind of blew me away is more people are killed by snails every year than by sharks.

Aaron Andrew Nelson | Sept. 9, 2016

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So if  YouTube is like television, then Facebook would be your newspaper and billboards. Facebook is like an online event that never dies. Friends are on there day and night, checking their feeds before, after and during work and class, and even while driving.

And get this, Facebook and Twitter users across all demographics are increasingly using the social networks as news sources—in fact, sixty-three percent of both Facebook and Twitter users said they get their news on the social networks, Pew found.

Aaron Andrew Nelson | Aug. 3, 2016

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I want you to think about this, if you had your own super bowl commercial, what would you say? I want you to think about that. I’m gonna pause for a few seconds so you can think about it. Because I really want you to picture in your mind, if you had your own commercial on the Super Bowl, what would you say? You have 30 seconds, what would you say on your commercial?

Aaron Andrew Nelson | Aug. 2, 2016

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