Get Noticed Get Found Inc. releases new whitepaper that provides a summary of the 10 tips Small and Solo Law Firms can use today to make sure their firm is getting found on Google.
Online PR News – 04-October-2011 – – When Small and Solo Law Firms look at ways to grow their business, more and more are looking to the Internet – and in particular to Google. The latest statistics show that Google represents over 70% of search traffic on the Internet.
However, that’s not the main reason to focus on search traffic from google to grow a local business. According to Mark Homer, partner at Get Noticed Get Found, “The data that gets small and solo law firm’s attention is that according to Marissa Mayer, Google’s VP of Consumer Products, 20% of Google searches are for local information.”
With 34,000 searches on Google per second (3 billion/day) that is over 6800 searches for local information per SECOND. That’s a lot of searches for people looking for a local professional to help solve their problems.
So how do law firms make sure that they are in the top listings when these millions of local searches happen per day? One way is to use the new whitepaper released by Get Noticed Get Found, inc. The 23 page whitepaper covers 10 of the best tips Small and Solo Law Firms can use today to make sure their firm is the one that is getting found when people in their town search on google.
“We provide trainings at Bar Associations across the country on internet marketing for Law Firms, but we can’t reach everyone, so we wanted to provide a summary of our training in this whitepaper to help as many firms as possible.” says Get Noticed Get Found partner Jabez Lebret.
Get Noticed Get Found, inc. – http://www.getnoticedgetfound.com - helps attorneys get more clients and grow their law firm by creating effective websites and online marketing campaigns as an alternative to yellow pages or print. They are often invited to speak at Bar Association and Legal Events about Online Marketing for Small Law Firms. Their blog is located at: http://www.getnoticedgetfound.com/blog/ Visit their blog and join them on Facebook at: http://www.facebook.com/GetNoticedGetFound and Twitter http://twitter.com/gngfound