Google algorithms are in a constant state of change and in order for a Law Firm to efficiently obtain top search engine results; it is important to be in tune with the rhythm and shifts. In today’s e-commerce market where thousands of law firms are in competition with one another for important keyword searches, maintaining the highest search engine rankings requires the work of an experienced seo team. At Legalsophia we have a research and development team that is devoted to Google search engine algorithm and our awareness of keyword search patterns allows us to efficiently compete for top search engine rankings using only Google approved techniques. Unlike less experienced companies, that put your business at risk of being banned from Google, Legalsophia has a proven record of quickly obtaining top rankings for law firms using only white hat techniques. Our strategies are proven effective in achieving top search engine rankings for keywords including ‘personal injury law” “auto accident attorney” and “divorce lawyer” in competitive markets.

Internet marketing will bring your law firm a constant influx of new clients. Search engine optimization, online reputation management and web design are the primary focus in today’s marketing and without this advertising in place; even firms with years of experience will lose most of their business to competitors. They good news is that when your law firm is represented with a sophisticated website that is optimized for first page results on Google it will put your team ahead of the competition and in position for the greatest earning potential. Dominating search engine results for important keywords will earn your practice the largest influx of business and first choice in area cases. 

When you are ready to dramatically increase your case load and take your firm to the next level, invest in a results driven marketing campaign. At Legalsophia we represent our clients as leading law firms in their respective cities and our clients are dominating search engine results in competitive markets across the US.