Laundry lists and subheading stand-in lists for legal blog posts

2 List Types: Laundry, and Subheader Stand-In

In our last blog post, we gave 4 reasons why you should consider using lists in a legal blog post. It was nothing earth shattering and many attorneys who handle their own online legal content know that bulleted or numbered lists can be helpful, even if they haven’t pondered the why. What many lawyers don’t Read more about 2 List Types: Laundry, and Subheader Stand-In[…]

Bullet point lists

4 Reasons to Use Lists in Legal Blog Posts

Engaging readers is getting more and more difficult, especially online. People want the information they’re looking for, they want it now, and they want it easy to digest. While there is likely some more leeway in the legal field than in others – readers doing legal research tend to have an important issue that they Read more about 4 Reasons to Use Lists in Legal Blog Posts[…]

Consequences of misbranding your law firm's character

The Devastating Repercussions of Misbranding Your Firm

Every time you write and publish a legal blog post, your writing style, word choice, and topical content don’t just tell a story about the legal field you practice in – they also tell a story about who you are, as a lawyer or as a firm as a whole. While we hate to use Read more about The Devastating Repercussions of Misbranding Your Firm[…]

6 places to find an image for a legal blog post

6 Places to Find a Legal Blog Image, and 3 Places to Avoid

The decision to use images in your legal blog post is a significant one. There are numerous perks to including a picture: An image breaks up what would otherwise be a wall of text in the blog post, making it less intimidating for readers When you tout your article on social media, the post will Read more about 6 Places to Find a Legal Blog Image, and 3 Places to Avoid[…]

Targeted legal pages have led to a resurgence in keyword research

Targeted Pages and a Resurgence in Keyword Research

Search engines change, often very quickly. Those sudden changes – a tweak in Google’s algorithms that promote some types of content at the expense of others, or a new search engine results page (SERP) format – are mere steps in one particular direction. That direction, for search engines, is towards satisfying internet users. Noting the Read more about Targeted Pages and a Resurgence in Keyword Research[…]

Yoast readability test approves high readability scores

Readability Scores, SEO, and Legal Blogging

A lot of attorneys have fallen prey to an online marketing misconception that has taken the search engine optimization (SEO) world by storm in the past few years. That myth is that you should write as simply as possible because objective readability scores can directly determine your online rankings. It’s not true. Most of the Read more about Readability Scores, SEO, and Legal Blogging[…]

Tips for creating tables in legal blog posts

Tips for Using Tables in a Legal Blog Post

There will come a time where you want to add a table to your law firm’s website. Whether you’re a criminal defense attorney and you want to list the penalties of a conviction for murder and manslaughter so they can be compared, or you are a personal injury lawyer who wants to break down the Read more about Tips for Using Tables in a Legal Blog Post[…]

Legal Bloggers are Masters of Their Words

How to Write Yourself Into a Great Blog Image

Whether to use images in a legal blog post is a serious decision to make. On the one hand, an image can enliven the post for the reader by splitting up an otherwise intimidating wall of text, and can even draw in new readers from social media. An image can also score a few points Read more about How to Write Yourself Into a Great Blog Image[…]

Scouting for trademarks in legal blog images

A Hidden Danger in Legal Blogging: Trademarks in Images

For being professional legal bloggers, we sure seem to talk an awful lot about images. It should come as no surprise, though, considering how important they are to a blog post: They break up what would otherwise be a wall of text, engage the reader, and serve as another opportunity to score some SEO points. Read more about A Hidden Danger in Legal Blogging: Trademarks in Images[…]

Pros and cons of using images in legal blog posts

Do You Need Images in Your Legal Blog?

We may be legal writers at Myers Freelance, but an important part of your legal blog is its images. The decision to use images or not is going to be one of the first decisions you make, and you will follow through on that decision or change course on every legal blog post you add Read more about Do You Need Images in Your Legal Blog?[…]

2 Changes in 3 Years of Legal Blogging at Myers Freelance

2 Ways Our Legal Blogs Have Changed in the Last 3 Years

In our last week’s post, we wrote a blog sample for corporate and employment lawyers to highlight how a professionally written legal blog article can look like. This was far from the first blog sample we’ve written: The first one was nearly three years ago, now, and covered the DUI-defense topic of SR-22 insurance. As Read more about 2 Ways Our Legal Blogs Have Changed in the Last 3 Years[…]