The law firm marketing company that has been expanding their reach all year is offering a premium directory listing. The companyâ€™s attorney directory went live in February.
Online PR News – 07-May-2010 – – SEOLawFirm.com has had a lot of success this year in expanding their legal marketing services. From the Law Firm Social Network to their highly popular Legal Newsroom and podcasts, the SEOLawFirm.com Networkâ€™s traffic is up nearly 1000% year to date.
Now, SEOLawFirm.com is promoting their core service of online law firm marketing, search engine optimization, and attorney web design by giving away 6 free premium months in their lawyer directory just for getting a quote.
The premium listing in the directory goes for $24.95/month. Existing subscribers can take advantage of the promotion by requesting a quote from SEOLawFirm.com.
"The premium lawyer listing offers featured status in multiple categories, displays a Google Maps location on the listing, potential clients can contact the firm directly from the directory listing, full descriptions can be provided, picture can be integrated, SEO friendly links included, and the listing can integrate with YouTube to display videos from the firm." Although the attorney directory offers free listings, law firms cannot link to their attorney website with a free listing, they can only display their law firm name, address, and phone number.
All premium features will be activated for 6 months free of charge. No purchase is necessary and no billing information is required.
All year, SEOLawFirm.com has been releasing a variety of services to claim market share in the industry. Last month, they released lawURL.com, a URL shortener for lawyers to use on Twitter and other micro blogs. SEOLawFirm.com clients get the added benefit of auto-tweeting where the lawURL plugin automatically posts a tweet on Twitter every time the attorney posts a new blog entry.
The company plans on releasing several new services over the summer that will expand their reach to both sole practitioners and larger law firms that require more public relations.