Legal SEO for Law Firms & Solicitors in Glasgow | Lawyer Web Designs

Law firms in Glasgow are gradually beginning to understand just how powerful the Google search engine can be for their law firm, and the results show...
By: Ni SEO - Legal SEO Glasgow
seo for solicitors in glasgow
seo for solicitors in glasgow
GLASGOW, Scotland - Oct. 18, 2018 - PRLog -- Within the law industry as a whole, the Google experience is widely regarded as "the Great Leveller." For as long as a memory exists, the law is one of those professions where success or failure can be widely influenced by who you know, who your parents are and who you went to school with.

And while outsiders will be permitted, provided that they adhere to the rules, it is unusual for them to succeed in the same measure as their "connected" colleagues.

Most will not be surprised by this revelation, but you may be surprised by the Google paradigm that does not obey these old rules of class and privilege.

Instead, Google prioritises user experience over everything else. This begins with returning the most relevant results that they can when someone carries out a Google search for a particular keyword phrase.

Google does not care if your father was a lawyer, or if you went to the right school, or even if you won your last case. All that Google cares about is if someone searches for "family law solicitor Glasgow" that the information on your website demonstrates that you are a good fit for this search. If you are, then the business could be yours.

To find out more about the potential for your business on Google, book your free Google Business Strategy Session by phoning 028 3756 8930 or simply visit the Ni SEO profiles below.

Connect with Ni SEO on Youtube at:

Connect with Ni SEO online at:
Email:*** Email Verified
Tags:Legal Seo Glasgow
Location:Glasgow - Glasgow - Scotland
Account Email Address Verified     Account Phone Number Verified     Disclaimer     Report Abuse
NI SEO | #1 SEO Agency | SEO Company Northern Ireland News
Most Viewed
Daily News

Like PRLog?
Click to Share