Things to Consider with Content Writing for Law Firms
There’s little surprise that in our experience in working with law firms on every facet of marketing, that content writing is the perennial hurdle.
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Why Content Writing for Law Firms?
For years we were caught in holding patterns waiting for a law firm to write the content so we could then take it to market across multiple channels. For this reason, we now have a strong writing team at Fast Firms. Our content team are qualified journalists with considerable insight into the legal industry.
Our writing consists of both long and short form, writing content for law firms based upon our own research of trending or topical areas or alternatively, topics selected by your law firm. We also write complete content for law firms launching a new firm or renovating the content on an existing law firm website.
How We Write Content for Law Firms
At Fast Firms, we can write your law firm’s content at a rhythm that suits.
If we’ve been involved in the creation of your law firm’s content strategy, then the mutual agreement between us will guide both the rigour and rhythm. We augment this with downloadable guides, podcasts, videos and paid search to enhance traffic and ultimately conversions.
All this, we do in-house and it’s a fundamental reason why a growing number of law firms choose to work with Fast Firms as opposed to consultants with their myriad of service providers or alternatively, agencies that are non-law firm-specific.