...organic (free) traffic to a website through search engines, such as Google, Bing, etc. The higher a lawyer's site appears in a...
...151; or SEO is the art or science of search. Google, Bing, Yahoo and the others attempt to do the same thing: Match...
Originally Published: National Law Journal
...As the old advertising methods give way to Google and Bing, attorneys must adapt their ad strategies and marketing campaigns. An attorney...
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