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How does your site rank and how a law blog can help?

Cindy Chick, one of the true Internet pioneers in the legal profession and publisher of LawLibTech provides via LibrarianInBlack a resource to use in checking how your law firm Web site does on searches by particular keywords and key phrases.

You may want to share this web page with your business development people. It provides a quick way to see how your organization’s web site ranks in the major search engines for particular keywords. All you do is type in the keywords you’re interested in, then the URL for the web site you want to see ranked, and there you go. So if your firm specializes in a particular area of law, type in keywords related to that area, and see where your firm’s web site stands.

Cindy then references an earlier discussion at LLRX about the positive impact blogs have on search engine results.

By the way, one of the big advantages of law firm blogs is that they increase search engine ranking in a significant way. A good blog is more likely to show up highly in search engine results than a typical, fairly static, web page, according to Dennis Kennedy.

‘I was shocked by the impact a blog has on search engine placement. Not only does your ranking improve, but the speed your pages get added to a search engine like Google is astonishing.’

For those looking for good legal tech info, you could do a lot worse than subscribing to Cindy’s blog.

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