Bing has an older audience that lives in Florida

Rely on Older Clientele for Your Firm? Consider Marketing on Bing

In the past, we’ve reminded attorneys that they shouldn’t neglect Bing in their online marketing efforts. While Google remains the dominant search engine in America, Bing still processes millions of searches, every day. Perhaps more importantly, though, Bing is used by a certain demographics that you might want to target with your marketing material. The Read more about Rely on Older Clientele for Your Firm? Consider Marketing on Bing[…]

The ABA's new attorney advertising rules impact claims of specialty

Claims of Specialty in the ABA’s New Model Rule 7

In our last couple of blog posts, we dealt with the new attorney advertising rules from the American Bar Association (ABA), and then delved into the changes in the new Model Rule 7 and how they will impact legal blogging. We punted, however, on discussing what is possibly the most important change to Model Rule Read more about Claims of Specialty in the ABA’s New Model Rule 7[…]

ABA's changes to Rule 7 attorney advertising rules will impact legal blogging

New Model Rule 7 and Its Impact on Legal Blogging

In our last blog post, we mentioned how the American Bar Association (ABA) revised its rules on attorney advertising. The revision of the ABA’s Model Rules of Professional Responsibility was more of a complete rewrite, though, as the changes gutted most of the sections in Rule 7. Here’s what changed, and why it matters for Read more about New Model Rule 7 and Its Impact on Legal Blogging[…]

American Bar Association alters rules of attorney advertising

ABA Revises Model Rules on Attorney Advertising

Attorney advertising is regulated by your state’s bar association and its Rules of Professional Conduct. Most of the states in the U.S. base their rules on the American Bar Association’s (ABA) Model Rules. So when the ABA amends nearly all of its rules on how lawyers can market themselves, the trickle down implications can be Read more about ABA Revises Model Rules on Attorney Advertising[…]

Google search quality rater guidelines act like crystal balls

Google’s Search Quality Rater Guidelines, and Crystal Balls

A short while back, we discussed search quality raters and their role in upcoming algorithmic changes. While the feedback that these raters provide to search engines, like Google or Bing, does not directly alter the current rankings, what they find online can change the process that ranks pages in the future. Knowing how these raters Read more about Google’s Search Quality Rater Guidelines, and Crystal Balls[…]