Many law firm SEO companies do not offer legal content writing services. The reason—writing legally accurate content that is 100% original is incredibly difficult. Most law firm writers simply do not have a thorough understanding of complicated legal topics, and the ones that do often charge hundreds of dollars for a single blog post.
If you’re writing your content in-house, you probably know how tedious and time-consuming it can be to produce exceptional blog posts for attorneys. By outsourcing your content, you will have more time to focus on your law firm and other tasks. Also, the best legal content writers are well-versed in the latest SEO standards for blog post structure.
Read on for a more detailed overview of the benefits of outsourcing your blog writing:
1. It’s One Less Task That’s on Your List
Most attorneys have enough on their plate without having to
worry about writing blog posts. If you’re investing thousands of dollars in
SEO, it can be pretty stressful when you don’t find the time to produce good
content. As you may already know, the quality of your website pages and blogs
will have a major impact on your search ranks, and posting content regularly is
an integral part of SEO. Outsourcing your content to a law firm blogging
service will provide an immediate relief.
2. Blog Writing Specialists Know the Latest SEO Standards
Even if you have the time to write blogs, you might not be familiar with the latest SEO standards for blog structure. Unfortunately, many SEO specialists do not invest a sufficient amount of time into research and development, and they often employ outdated tactics. For instance, some SEOs still think it helps to write keywords in bold font, and they don’t know the importance of including the blog’s title in the alt text of the image. A talented blog post specialist will know these and other tactics to get the most value out of your content.
3. An Experienced Legal Content Writer Will Know the Best Topics to Use
Almost every law firm website we evaluate has at least a few
blog posts with topics that provide no value whatsoever to the target audience.
If you’re a family attorney, for example, good topics might include:
5 Factors That Influence Child Custody Orders
5 Mistakes to Avoid During Divorce
What Should Be Included in My Prenuptial
Weak topics that are unlikely to provide value to your
5 Things to Consider When Writing Your Wedding
5 Tips for Balancing Work with Family Time
Are There Any Tax Benefits to Getting Married?
While those blogs would be helpful to certain readers, they
are unlikely to be of interest to people who are actively searching for a
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