Google’s “Mobilegeddon” effects desktop search traffic too

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By now you’ve heard of Google’s descision to give preferential treament to mobile-friendly websites and blogs in searches on smartphones. It’s impact has been widely labeled “Mobilegeddon.” Some lawyers and law firms have felt some security in their belief that most search traffic to their sites is coming from non-mobile devices. Not so fast writes Joost … Continue Reading

Financial Services and Broker-Dealer Law: New Blogs Joining the LexBlog Network

Maybe I’m being redundant with the title here. As you can see, we have two finance-related blogs joining the LexBlog Network this week, and it’s exciting that each are from firms we’ve watched grow out their blog networks. So without further adieu, let’s get to it. First up, we have Financial Services Perspectives from Am … Continue Reading

Could Facebook supplant YouTube for law firm video?

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Law firms using video for marketing and business development have traditionally turned to YouTube for storing and distribution. But with the recent explosion of video on Facebook, it’s possible some law firms may soon choose Facebook over YouYube. From The Next Web’s Owen Williams (@ow) this week: Facebook video, which is relatively young in comparison … Continue Reading

Top 10 in Law Blogs: SEC Enforcement, Health Data, Docking Pay

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Good stuff all around today, starting with over on LXBN, where Zosha writes up the bizarre situation around the Walter Scott video copyright claim. In the roundup, Philip Thomas has a good take on Mississippi’s new texting and driving bill. Total posts on the LexBlog Network today: 198. Aggressive SEC Enforcement Efforts Regarding Confidentiality Agreements … Continue Reading

Will Google’s “Mobilegeddon” crush law firm content marketing?

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Google’s Mobilegeddon arrived this week and neither law firms nor the businesses they represent were ready for it. Law firm content marketing, whether via legal blogs or websites, is going to take a big hit in search results as a result. Business Insider’s Jillian D’onfro (@jillianiles) reports that Google’s major update to its mobile search algorithm, described … Continue Reading

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