Category Archives: Content

Allison GagliardiFAQs About Your Website Contact Page

The contact page is the appropriate place to list the main address, phone, email and fax number for the office. It is also the most common place for your contact form to live.

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Allison GagliardiHow to Use Google Predictive Search to Brainstorm Blog Topic Ideas

When you open a new Google tab and start a search you might notice that your sentence auto-populates with suggestions. This is called predictive search and can be a valuable tool when brainstorming page topic ideas.

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Allison GagliardiThe Most Popular Name for Law Firm Blog Platforms

We reviewed the last 100 law firm website launches at PaperStreet to determine the most popular main navigation name for legal blogs.

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Chelsea RyanOmnivore: Take Two – How to Get Your List Accepted by MailChimp’s Abuse Prevention System

Our last post about MailChimp’s automated abuse prevention systems, lovingly referred to as Omnivore, might have left you saying “UH, thanks for the 411…but how exactly does this affect me?” Never fear, PaperStreet is here to let you know how Omnivore might wiggle its way into your life on the interweb.

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Allison GagliardiWhat Does It Take to Produce an Award-Winning Law Firm Website?

From step 1 to done, we invite you to walk through the steps of creating an award-winning PaperStreet law firm website.

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Alex DiSebastianPaperStreet Hiring Content Editor / Writer for SEO Team

PaperStreet is seeking a Content Editor / Writer for the SEO Team. We need someone who is in love with content and equally loves the world of content, SEO and the web.

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Sally KaneHow to Conduct a Content Audit of Your Law Firm Website

Sally outlines the best way to audit your website content.

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Alex DiSebastianChoosing Keywords is Like Summiting Multiple Peaks Within a Given Mountain Range

When hiking a mountain range the peaks vary in steepness and difficulty and represent the same challenges of marketing for a variety of keywords.

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Alex DiSebastianThe Content on Your Website is Like Filling Silos on a Farm with Crops

The number of practice areas you are seeking to rank for and the number of pages you write for each is representative of silos on a farm filled with crops.

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Pam Day5 Tips for Writing FAQs that are Actually “Frequently Asked”

In order to develop a good FAQ page you need to spend some time thinking about the specific questions and concerns your potential clients may be struggling with.

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