In this episode of the Law Firm Marketing Decoded Podcast, we explain Google’s latest search updates, how these updates could affect your law firm’s website, and how to succeed with Google and your potential clients at the same time. 
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A study by Northwestern University suggests that having at least five good reviews can increase conversions by up to 270 percent.

But what makes a good review?

In this post, we’ll discuss the specific elements of a review that are likely to influence a potential client into becoming a paying client.

Good reviews give specific details.

A helpful review is specific: It highlights how you helped your client and how you went above and beyond the client’s expectations. Potential clients want to know more than that you provided the expected service admirably. They want to know specifics about how you
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Social media platforms have provided an opportunity for the voiceless to be heard, for friends and family to stay connected, and for us to glean and share information. Unfortunately, these platforms have also created an environment where online defamation thrives. They afford users accessibility and anonymity, thereby making it easier for offenders to go unpunished.
Does this mean that victims of online defamation will never get justice? Are there glimmers of hope for victims in this grand era of social media? What defenses are available to those facing a defamation lawsuit? Below we explore what you can do if you
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One of the benefits of living in a democratic society is freedom of expression. As a human right, freedom of expression allows you to discuss, debate, and exchange ideas. It also grants you the liberty to seek and share information without fear of censorship. Does this mean there aren’t limits to free expression? Certainly not. Defamation law exists to defend a person’s reputation against lies that can cripple every aspect of their life. It establishes boundaries and creates a balance between both sides. Let’s explore these boundaries below.
Defamation, Libel and Slander
Defamation refers to harming a person’s character by
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In today’s digital world, every business needs to have an online presence. While launching your website doesn’t usually require the expertise of an online business attorney, when it comes to launching an e-commerce site, you may need one. Many legal issues come into play, including copyright and trademark infringement, domain name theft, payment card security, customer data protection, unfair competitive practices, and many more.
Why should you hire an e-commerce attorney?
Here are ten reasons why you should consider hiring an experienced internet lawyer for your online business:
1. Ever-changing technology
As technology continues to change, so do the
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We’ve all seen nasty comments targeting other people online. Perhaps you, too, have been a victim. Although it can be tricky determining when comments cross the line into harassment, we assembled some general guidelines to assist you. Online harassment, or cyber harassment, is the act of sending threatening or harassing emails, instant messages, social media posts, blog entries, or other online communication aimed at humiliating and tormenting someone.
How can the law help victims? What are the limitations of the law? Let’s explore what the law can and can’t do about online harassment below.
When the Law is on Your
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In this episode of the Law Firm Marketing Decoded Podcast, we explain how to craft facts about your firm into compelling narratives that build a bond of trust. We examine three of the most common (and most visited pages) on law firm websites and discuss how to set your homepage, attorney bio(s), and “About the Firm” page apart from those of your competitors, as well as what your potential clients are looking for when they view these pages. 
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Is it Possible to Get Out of a Shared Well Agreement?

Before addressing the question of how to cancel a well share agreement, let’s first explore how well share agreements are created.

Well share agreements are simply written contracts entered into by people sharing water from the same well. Like most agreements, they can be modified, amended, or terminated if certain rules are met.

Most shared well agreements explain the process of amending or cancelling. They will often say something like, “This agreement can only be modified in writing and with the approval of a majority of the parties.”
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One of the most common complaints we hear from attorneys before switching to LawLytics is in regard to their leads. Many don’t feel that they are getting enough leads. But almost as many have issues with the quality of the leads that they do receive. The quality of your leads is your most important metric. […]
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Dr. Omar Turney (November 1, 1866 – December 21, 1929) was an American archaeologist and engineer. He had been employed beginning in 1888 as an assistant engineer on the rebuilding of the Arizona Canal Dam. And was later employed as a surveyor for the Santa Fe, Prescott and Phoenix railway. He also served successively in the United States geological survey and in the United States reclamation service. He was one of the principal sponsors of the Roosevelt Dam, and is largely responsible for the name given to the Dam. For 12 years after leaving the government service Dr. Turney served
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A few days ago, I was talking to a LawLytics member about their practice. “I’ve never been busier than I am right now,” they said. “And so are all the other attorneys I know. The backlog from COVID has affected all of us. I feel like I can’t breathe, let alone think about the future […]
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In this episode of the Law Firm Marketing Decoded Podcast, we discuss a recent Google update related to web page titles. We explain what that change is, how it affects your law firm’s website, how to create optimal web page titles, and how LawLytics has you covered with this Google update (and all Google updates in the future).
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