I’ll be the main event Sept. 14, 2011, on a blogtalkradio program, Website Content for Law Firms. The show is a production of MyLegal.com and Lisa DiMonte (who calls herself MyLegal’s Legal Vendor Aggregator).
Here’s a peek at some of what Lisa and I will be covering:
- Law firms have always known that their sites were there to provide a sense of assurance to others. The question has been, What’s the best way to do this?
- People come to law firm Web sites for three reasons when they’re looking to hire or recommend a lawyer. What do you think these are?
- It’s essential to incorporate client-facing summaries of representative matters into bios, practice group descriptions and industry descriptions. What’s the best way to do this?
- I like to use the first person voice occasionally. It not only adds a little more variety, but it also lets the reader know that they’re dealing with a real person. Yes?
There’s more where these came from. Stay tuned.
Meanwhile, let me know what you think, OK?