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Edmonton: (780) 266-2535 Toronto: (416) 809-9653

Request your free introductory lawyer website design and copywriting consultation today

Edmonton: (780) 266-2535

Toronto: (416) 809-9653

A group of business people, representing the many clients who consider Best Lawyer Websites a trusted provider of marketing services, search engine optimization and website design and development, available to business people in Vancouver, Calgary, Regina, Toronto, Ottawa and Halifax.

Business boosting marketing and advertising strategies for businesses across Canada

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A funny thing happened after we became known for creating websites for law firms that are lead generation machines. Clients in other business categories asked if we could work the same magic for their business. "Absolutely," we said, and our client list promptly expanded to include businesses involved in everything from home renovation to financial consulting.

What about your business? Are you ready for a makeover of your existing website? Building a website for the first time? Need marketing tips on how to stand out from all the rest? Get in touch with us if you want to work with proven internet marketers who are all about delivering results with one-of-a-kind website development services, including PRE and POST production services that speed up the development process.

Why settle for less? See what we could do for you by requesting your free introductory consultation today.

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Search Engine Optimization process, which includes research to identify the search terms, or keywords, used to find a product or service and the incorporation of those keywords in web content to obtain a higher page rank than competing websites.

What is SEO?

SEO is the acronym for Search Engine Optimization, a set of techniques used to improve the page rank of a website by making it more relevant and informative than competing websites. In simple terms, there are two steps.

Step One: conduct research to identify the search terms, or keywords, used most commonly to find a product or service. For most businesses, there will be a small number of well known "Trophy" keywords that are used commonly, plus a much larger list of less popular keywords that collectively could account for the same amount of traffic. The key (no pun intended) is to focus on the terms used by the prospective client, not the language used by lawyers. For example, do you know which terms web searchers use most often: "law office" or "law firm?" We do.

Step Two: Incorporate the keywords in the web content. This can be done seamlessly when the job is handled by a professional writer with marketing experience (our approach). The typical SEO company does not employ professional writers or marketing experts. Why bother when their singular focus is the search engines? But search engines don't hire lawyers. People hire lawyers. That means you need web content that attracts the search engines and intrigues the customer -- all at the same time. Don't settle for anything less.