10 Surprising Stats on Law Firm Websites [Infographic]

More consumers of legal services start their search for attorneys using online resources. But, many law firms still don’t have a website and of those that do, more than a few are sadly lacking. They omit vital contact information in convenient places, don’t make provisions for consumers searching on mobile devices, and have outdated designs and stale content.

It takes planning and effort to attract visitors to your law firm website. Once there, keeping them interested enough to take a desired action takes even more effort…and consistency. To get visitors and keep them engaged, watch for these trouble spots when designing and maintaining your website.

10 Surprising Stats on Law Firm Websites

Interested in taking your firm’s website to the next level? Contact Rocket Matter Internet Marketing Services today at 888-432-1529 or email ims@rocketmatter.com

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