CONTENT! CONTENT! CONTENT!

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CONTENT!

Here are some random tweets from the Law Marketing Association 2013 conference using the #LMA13 hashtag:

@SatikZekian: Use relevant keywords in image filenames, separated by dashes not underscores.

@BradNeese: Put together a content editorial calendar.

@Heather_Morse: Search Yahoo Answers for content ideas. Cross check Google to see if anyone is blogging on that.

@BradNeese: Search results: Blue link is title tag; Meta description is description in link.

All thought-leading ideas to optimize your SEO social media law marketing strategy and an effective way to monetize your brand in order to generate leads, drive traffic and improve your Google ranking for your website or blog.

Oh, did I forget to mention CONTENT!?!

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Any questions? Are you content or malcontent with the contents?

Not to worry, new clients should be calling you on your iPhone to retain you in 3-2-1….

3 Responses to “CONTENT! CONTENT! CONTENT!”

  1. Ted Folkman Says:

    Good post! I am not among the more curmudgeonly of law bloggers when it comes to new technologies, thinking of your blog as a business tool, etc., but I really can’t stand the way people want to use the word “content.” If you think about what you are writing as “content”, then you are bound to write poorly, I think.

  2. Antonin I. Pribetic Says:

    When it comes to law marketing, I will always remain a malcontent.

  3. Max Kennerly Says:

    I consider myself an even-keeled fellow, but I don’t know too many lawyers who are truly content.

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