Good website design and search engine optimization help law firms grow, so we’ve made it easy to add attorney profiles, practice areas, blogs and other content and functionality to your site while keeping the site clutter-free and professional.
Content Management Optimized for Law Firms
As firms grow and their needs change, beautiful new websites can quickly get messy. Anyone who’s managed a website knows how it goes. You have 15 attorneys contributing to a blog, and each one has their favorite font size. Or everything has to be done in a rush. It’s the end of the day, your website manager is about to leave to pick up the kids, and someone walks in saying, “We need this award announcement posted five minutes ago!” or “Good news! We’ve just hired five new attorneys and added two practice areas. They’re starting tomorrow. Can you add them?”
Rush jobs and non-designers adding content can quickly lead to a tangle of different styles, strange fonts, inconsistent photo sizes, and an unprofessional-looking site.
Some website builders respond by locking down the design and requiring you to pay them to make for any little change, which can sometimes take days to make.
We build our sites so that you can update them yourself. For frequently added things, such as blog posts and attorney profiles, simply fill out a form, and our code styles and arranges the content to keep a consistent, professional look. For main pages of the site, which change less frequently and have fewer people changing them, you have more control over the look and arrangement of content. You can easily add new sections, say a COVID news area or a box showing an important conference announcement, with a drag and drop interface.
We can tweak this system to suit your needs. If you have a creative attorney who wants more control over how their blog post looks, we can set that up. Or if you want, we can make the changes for you, acting as a virtual marketing department.
A Powerful Platform for Whatever Functionality You Need
We build our websites on WordPress, by far the world’s most popular content management system, then customize that interface to work with law firms. Because the foundation is WordPress, we have access to a vast library of functionality that’s continuously improving. Need to start hosting webinars or conducting online courses? We can add that. Want to add an e-commerce store? No problem. If a solution doesn’t yet exist, it can be built because WordPress is flexible and open source.
Building on WordPress also helps future proof your site. Next time you need a redesign, it’s easy to move your content over to the new site. And WordPress has a good track record. It’s been around longer than Facebook and shows no signs of slowing down.