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ppc seo digital marketingSearch engine optimisation (SEO) and pay per click advertising (PPC) are the two leading strategies involved Search Engine Marketing (SEM) designed to:

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New Guide on Marketing for Law Firms Published

There are many people more qualified than us to give you advice about running a successful law firm and how to provide a better service to your clients – indeed, should you require the assistance of a top law firm ‘rainmaker’ we can certainly point you in the direction of one of the best.

Where we can offer qualified, proven advice though is in the area of marketing, and online marketing in particular. We are frequently amazed by how many of the law firms we speak to still don’t pay attention to their marketing.

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As MLT’s resident fitness/running/nutrition bore Dave (finally!) returns from running the Madrid Marathon, here are his top 6 tips on what long-distance running can teach you about building your business online in 2015.

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The Greatest Legal Sector Challenges (and Opportunities) 2015-2025

“A pessimist sees the difficulty in every opportunity; an optimist sees the opportunity in every difficulty.” Winston Churchill

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What is ‘Mobilegeddon’?

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As many will already be aware, Google had a major update to its mobile search algorithm on Tuesday 21st April. The changes meant that websites that weren’t mobile optimised would see a dramatic dip in their rankings on Google. What's more - Google has hinted that the changes will dwarf those of two of its previous major updates Panda and Penguin.

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