Take Your Blog to the Next Level

See our frequently asked questions below.

Then pick the blog plan that works for you.

What practice areas can you write blog posts for?
  • Personal Injury Law
  • Auto Accident
  • DWI and DUI
  • Criminal Law
  • Family Law and Divorce Law
  • Trust and Estates
  • Real Estate Law and Construction Litigation
  • Tax Law
  • Bankruptcy Law
  • Immigration Law
  • Labor and Employment Law
  • Insurance Law and Mass Tort Litigation
  • Intellectual Property
  • Cross Border Transactions
  • Mergers and Acquisitions ("M&A")
  • Corporate Law and Whistleblower Litigation
  • Environmental Law and BP Oil Spill
  • Social Media, eDiscovery and More
All of our writers are lawyers with practice area experience and licensed in the United States. We have written award winning articles and successful blog posts in every subject listed above, and can cover just about anything you may need, even specialty or boutique subjects (hey - we're lawyers - what we don't know we learn!).
What happens after I sign up for a publishing plan?
First Things First
  • First you will get an automated email from our system confirming your purchase.
  • Within 1-business day of your purchase you should receive a second email from one of us welcoming you to LawLeadPro.
  • We then schedule your first phone call or online video meeting to work through your creative brief and initial batch topics.
Now We're Cooking
  • Then we have a conversation to develop your law firm blog publishing strategy and get the right tone and voice for your posts.
  • After that, you can sit back and have a drink knowing that we are fired up to get to work on your blog posts.
  • Within 2 to 3 weeks we produce a batch of law firm blog posts that are going to do wonders for your website.
It's "Go" Time
  • Some plans include WordPress support, so we either add the content directly to your blog or email them to you.
  • Once published, we enjoy more website traffic and compliments from new clients about your law firm blog posts.
  • Automatic renewal of publishing plans via your credit card means we never miss a beat and keep consistent with your blog.
Can your SEO get my law firm website to Page 1 of Google?
The three basic factors affect Search Engine Optimization ("SEO")
Age of the site and indexing
Search engines are like eidetic speed readers crawling the Internet and instantly returning results based on the search terms entered. Older sites have likely been "indexed" by search engines, meaning they automatically get added to certain queries. We submit index requests to Google and do other programmatic things to help your site do better in this area.
Links to the site
Search engines look at the number of websites that link to your website, and considers these links like a vote of confidence in your site. Not all links are created equal - a link from the New York Times, Stanford or other important websites have higher value in your search ranking. We create authoritative content designed to engage your target audience, and this can and has resulted in our clients receiving high value links from sites like The Wall Street Journal and The Washington Post.
Fresh and relevant content on your site
"Content" includes law firm blog posts, the writing and design of your website, the meta-data (behind-the-scenes code to aid search indexing) and anchor text (relevant words that hyperlink to relevant content). We shine in these areas by writing content for your target clients, incorporating key words and phrases naturally to your content and producing the best law firm blog posts to meet your goals.
Content is the ace-in-the-hole when it comes to SEO. It's the one thing on your site that you can TRULY control without resorting to dirty tricks that almost always backfire. We develop your law firm blog to attract and conhttp://lawleadpro.com/wp-admin/post.php?post=39&action=edit#vert potential clients that check you out online.
Many marketers make big promises about getting your law firm website to "Page 1" of Google in record time. As you know from practicing law, if it sounds too good to be true then it's probably bull sh** (right?).
What do you mean by Full WordPress Support?
The "Bells" and "Whistles" (or Bullhorns) of Full WordPress Support
  • Text inserted into new posts with proper spacing and formatting.
  • Strategic anchor text and cross-links to key parts of your website for client conversion.
  • Populating metadata: title, description and keywords vital to SEO.
  • Tagging and categorizing posts under the best possible organization for easy retreival.
  • Recommend and optimize use of plugins and other WordPress add-ons to enhance the blog.
You get "Full WordPress Support" when subscribing to a publishing plan of two (2) or three (3) posts per week. We encourage all of our customers to use WordPress for their law firm website and blog (we can work with other software, but WordPress is the best). You provide us with an Administrative user ID and password, and we put your law firm blog posts directly into WordPress with all the bells and whistles.

What do you mean by Social Media Support?
Social media support includes looking at your total approach to social media and finding the best opportunities to use your law firm blog posts to fuel new activity. We do more than just post links in your network of choice - we find the best way to engage with the audience on that network and use it. For example:
  • Repurposing content in-full on the LinkedIn Pulse.
  • Engaging status updates designed to engage Facebook fans and generate Likes.
  • Creating eye-catching tweets with intuitive #hashtags to boost followers and re-Tweets.
Add-on services such as Facebook and LinkedIn advertising campaigns, page creation and community management are available for additional fees.
Do clients REALLY check out your law firm website before consulting other referral sources?
Law firms must have good websites, and law firm blog posts are the lifeblood that keeps things fresh.

  • More than 80% of potential clients rely on your website to “check out” your business.
  • Websites provide a strategic destination for your marketing activities, a single place to convert leads and build your brand.
  • Sites with intuitive design that are packed with fresh and engaging blog posts attract repeat visitors and convert new business.

Potential clients are coming to your website - what do they see when they get there? Download  a copy of the report "Beyond Referrals: How Today's Buyers Check You Out" by Hinge Marketing.

Our Story

We wrote many of the law firm blog posts for Web Visibility customers of LexisNexis. The statistics below represent the kind of results our publishing plans can bring your law firm. All of the findings are publicly available, as published case studies from LexisNexis – we provide them here on our site in a zip file for your convenience  (click to download PDFs of studies).

The Law Firm of Sean Golenski

Solo family law practitioner in the competitive, Orange County, CA market saw an 80% increase in his business as a result of custom web marketing, and appears on page 1 of Google search results for over 40 keywords relevant to his business.


Increased Revenue

Yaeger, Jungbauer & Barczak


St. Paul, MN law firm represents injured persons, railroad workers and their families, and saw several substantial new clients directly from their online marketing campaigns, as well as top search results in 85 percent of their target keywords on Google.


Search results on Pg 1 of Google

Scott J. Sternberg & Associates
Mid-size, West Palm Beach, FL law firm specializing in Worker’s Compensation and Immigration Law generates 50% of all leads solely from his custom web site, and appears on page 1 of Google for more than 85% of his target search terms.


Increased Leads

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