The State of Mobile Technology: Are Desktop Computers Obsolete?  

According to a recent PEW RESEARCH CENTER report* almost 66% of Americans own a smartphone. More importantly almost 20% of Americans rely on a smartphone exclusively for accessing the internet. These trends are expected to continue growing. So what does...

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Attorney Advertising: What’s the Difference between Educating the Public and Advertising?

Most attorneys, especially those at smaller firms, rely on referrals, networking and advertising to attract new clients. For this article we'll address the difference between educating the Public and advertising. Attorneys can educate the public concerning legal issues with materials...

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Website Design – New Features for Today’s Marketer

The Internet changes frequently and over time, has become more and more adept at helping the average person find the information needed to make important decisions. What does the online future hold and what should your law firm focus...

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Google Algorithms Updates and Your Law Firm’s Website

Here is a fact worth noting... every business website is affected by recent Google algorithm updates. It started a few years back with one called Panda, which was followed by Penguin in 2012, and finally Hummingbird near the end of...

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PASSWORDS AND YOUR WEBSITE SECURITY

There is a terrific article in today's Newsday by Jamie Herzlich who writes the Small Business column titled "Password can spell security or disaster".  Check Newsday or the business section of the Newsday site, and for those without access here's...

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Attorney Online Marketing in 2014 – 5 Things You Need to Know Now

Online marketing is still one of the best resources attorneys have for growing their firms. It is easier now than ever to create a professional online image for your firm through social media, websites and mobile marketing. However in...

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