The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), a set of European Union (EU) rules adopted in 2016 and meant to protect personal data of EU residents, will become enforceable May 25, 2018. Under GDPR, users will have assurance that their data will be collected, processed, and stored under lawful and fair conditions. Although GDPR only applies to businesses that markets to or monitors the online behavior of EU residents, many companies are taking this as an opportunity to update their data collection and protection policies.
Business-to-business buyers continue to raise their expectations on customer service, accessibility, and support. How does an industrial manufacturer keep up with such high pressures? For some, the answer lies in marketing automation.
It goes without saying that the web is an essential lead generation tool for law firms. However, not every firm is focused on keeping that tool sharp. Analytics platforms like Google Analytics continue to be a host of resources for conversion optimization in the legal space. Below are two not-so-common reports that can help elevate your efforts.
It’s natural to be resistant to the unknown, which is why inbound marketing can seem like a daunting task for industrial organizations. Sometimes approaching an unfamiliar project using a familiar framework can make it seem less intimidating. With that in mind, here’s how you can use the 5S lean manufacturing methodology to efficiently and effectively create content for inbound marketing.
The days of salesy blast emails are over, and smart law firms are using email marketing to help build their business. Nowadays law firms use email to stay in contact with website visitors and clients, keeping people up-to-date by sending new blog posts content offers and firms news. Email marketing can help you stay top of mind with both prospects and current clients.
While referrals and networking will continue to play a role in your business development efforts, a lot of potential clients—both in the business and personal spheres—are looking online to find attorneys. In today's world, your search ranking is a strong indicator of your credibility and authority in your practice area. Your competitors are investing in law firm search engine optimization to elevate their authority in the market and be found online, and you should be too.
It can be frustrating to decide when and why to redesign your website, but there are a few signs that suggest that now might be the time.
A crucial step in using data to drive your decisions on the web is setting up an analytics platform to track the visitors to your site and the actions they take. Google analytics is a free tool that is easily implemented. The platform has myriad of metrics that can be used to guide your efforts. However, there are 2 in particular that are worth deeper consideration.