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Prevent Competitors From Stealing Your Clients

Let's assume you run a personal injury defense law firm, and that you represent clients all throughout your municipality. All of a sudden, a new firm moves in across the street, and you start to notice several of your clients have "jumped ship" and hired the new firm. Well, what gives? Why are you suddenly losing clients to a new,… Read More

Should You Hire a Bail Bondsman or Pay Your Own Bail?

Nobody likes being arrested and thrown in jail. It's even worse to be behind bars when you haven't yet been convicted of any crime. In fact, it's downright unconstitutional to be held without proper reason. Remember, one of the primary tenets of our justice system is "innocent until proven guilty." Fortunately, through bail, pretrial release from jail is 100% possible… Read More

How To Prevent Playground Injuries

It is the unfortunate truth that every two and a half minutes or so, a child is admitted to the emergency room for a playground or schoolyard-related injury. In fact, according to a study performed by the CDC (Center for Disease Control and Prevention) emergency rooms treat more than 20,000 children under 14 years-old every year for playground-related brain injuries.… Read More

Three Reasons a Judge Might Deny Your Right to Bail

Did you know that your "right" to bail isn't really a right at all? A judge, for any number of reasons, can choose to deny any defendant their "right" to bail. While it's true that they can deny bail for any number of reasons, the most common three reasons a judge might deny you bail are: Flight risk Non-US citizenship… Read More

Why Responding to Reviews is Always in Your Best Interest

Almost everyone that owns a business or website understands the power of user reviews. They can either be beneficial to your business, or incredibly detrimental. However, while it's true that everyone knows that reviews are important, most website and business owners never respond to any of their reviews, good or bad. That's a problem. Responding to a user review, whether… Read More

Domain Authority – What is it and How to Improve it

Domain Authority is a score from 0 to 100, created by Moz, that attempts to show you how likely it is that your domain will rank well on any given search engine. The closer to 100 your score is, the more likely your domain will rank well on one of the major search networks (Google, Bing, etcetera). An Explanation of… Read More

What is Web Accessibility and Why is it Important?

Web accessibility. What is it? Is it important? Moreover, how do you go about creating a website that meets accessibility standards? In this guide, we'll answer all those questions (and probably some more). So, without further ado, let's get started! What is Web Accessibility? Web accessibility is the process of optimizing and creating websites that are as easy to access… Read More

Internal Links – What They Are and Why They’re Important

Internal links: What are they? Why are they important to SEO? Those are questions that our team of professional SEO technicians hears every day. So, let's answer them! In this post we'll talk about just what exactly internal links are, why they're important, and what good internal linking strategies look like. Let's get into it! What are Internal Links? Internal… Read More

How to Check for Content Readability

Every online content creator should ask themselves: "Is my content easily read and understood by my intended audience?" Why is that question important? Because, at the end of the day, you're not writing for search engines; you're writing for people. Google and other search engines cater to users, not content creators. We all want our websites and businesses to perform… Read More

Optimizing Your Images for SEO

Every content creator has found themselves wondering whether their web content needs images. Well, the short answer here is: always. Images always impact your search engine performance. But, when it comes to SEO (Search Engine Optimization) many content creators forget about optimizing their images. Many people put any old image on their new page and call it a day. This… Read More