In case you haven’t heard, artificial intelligence (AI) programs can now write online content well enough that readers have trouble distinguishing it from content that… Read More »Our 5 Predictions for AI-Generated Online Legal Marketing Content
Several months ago, we noticed something jaw dropping. Some of our blog articles (green arrows) were appearing in the search engine results page (SERP) without… Read More »Google is Playing With the Datelines in the SERP
Search engine optimization (SEO) can seem intimidating to lawyers who are making their first venture into online legal content marketing. There’s so much to think… Read More »How SEO is Like Criminal Procedure and Mexican Food
The coronavirus has upended nearly every aspect of human life, including how search engines work and how people are using them. Most of these changes… Read More »How is the Coronavirus Changing the Way People Use the Internet?
One of the experts at Google, John Mueller, regularly hosts an “office hour” session on YouTube, where he fields questions from search engine optimization (SEO)… Read More »Does Google Think It’s Beaten the Backlink Blitz?
We reiterate, perhaps entirely too often, that search engines change on a near constant basis. Whether the alteration affects how the search engine’s algorithms find… Read More »How Google’s SERP Has Changed in 4 Years
One of the most disturbing trends in the search engine optimization (SEO) world today is the fallout from Google’s attempts to answer as many search… Read More »Zero-Click Searches and Why Law Firms Aren’t Competing Against Google
A few days ago, the Wall Street Journal published an article on how search engines, and particularly Google, work. The piece is titled “How Google… Read More »The Wall Street Journal’s Hit Piece Against Google
The search engine optimization (SEO) world was all in a tizzy this past week as Google announced that it had rolled out a serious update… Read More »How BERT Can Impact Online Legal Marketing
In our last blog post, we delved into Google’s decision to apply its Freshness Update to featured snippets. But what, exactly, are featured snippets and… Read More »While Overhyped, Featured Snippets are Still an SEO Goal
A new study has suggested that just about half of all searches on Google do not end with a click through to a website in… Read More »Half of Google Searches Don’t Lead to a Click
People facing legal problems and in need of an attorney frequently turn to the internet to find the lawyer they need. According to one survey… Read More »The Role of Search Engines in Online Marketing
There have been a couple of old blog posts that we’ve published that deal with the differences between search engines. In some of those posts,… Read More »How Do You Target a Specific Search Engine for Legal Marketing?