Tag Archive: performance

Why 79% of enquiries are not converting into cases, and steps you can take to improve your conversion

October 27, 2017 3:19 pm Leave your thoughts

Enquiries generated from online marketing has been the primary focus of firms we have had the pleasure to work with over the past 7 years, but ensuring those leads pay their way requires the right systems & processes to convert them, and convert them quickly. So, what are clients’ expectations, how is the legal sector performing & responding and what are the practical steps you can take to convert them into top-line growth for your firm? Read on… Client expectations now and in 2020 Focusing on the client experience during the ‘consideration’ stage of the typical ‘buying journey’, we have pulled together findings from a variety of sources to highlight expectations (see graphic). What about the expectations of, excuse the term ‘millennials’ – the demographic that will make up a significant proportion of your prospective client pool by 2020? Positive emotional connection is the #1 predictor of whether a millennial will…

How to dominate Google’s 1st page for Medical Negligence & Personal Injury

September 13, 2017 1:47 pm Leave your thoughts

We recently reported on the 274% increase in the price of medical negligence PPC advertising on search engines such as Google, but what does it take to grab one of the top organic (aka natural) search result positions? Law firms looking to generate any personal injury (PI) related enquiries online will consistently see Slater & Gordon (S&G), Irwin Mitchell (IM) and National Accident Helpline (NAH) topping organic search engine results. In fact, if you look at the top 20 personal injury related keywords right now (incl. “medical negligence”; “no win no fee” & “injury lawyer”), S&G, IM and NAH feature in the top 3 positions for 18 of those keywords.   There is no shortage of SEO guides on the world-wide-web, with ‘magic formulas’ on how to get to No.1 on Google – even personal videos by Matt Cutts, former SEO specialist at Google. What this article is here to shed light…