What is Keyword-Enriched Content?
In short, keyword enriched content is the content on your site that has been optimized and includes the same keywords that your prospective clients will type into a search engine to reach your site. Keyword-enriched content can bring more clients to your law firm, and the clients it brings will be a more focused, better-targeted group because of your improved rankings and visibility in search engines. Your clients are much more likely to visit (and stay and read) your website if it contains the same keywords they typed into their search engine. If your law firm’s website is optimized with high-performing keywords, it will naturally appear higher in the search result pages. Don’t forget that keyword content includes both the number of keywords as well as their positioning on each page of your firm’s website.
Why is Keyword-Enriched Content Necessary to Legal Websites?
In today’s world when someone desperately needs an attorney for any of the myriad of reasons that we humans need attorneys—injured in an accident, wrongful death of a loved one, negligence of another person or entity—they most likely turn to the Internet. If your law firm does, say, personal injury cases in Atlanta, then when that person types in “Atlanta personal injury attorney” you most certainly want your law firm’s website to appear before them. It can be almost like magic when they click on your website, soon becoming your brand-new client—or do they? Is your law firm’s website full to the brim with keyword-enriched content for search engine optimization? Does your website immediately appear once keywords are typed in? Just as importantly, once clicked on does your legal website grab and hold your potential client’s interest?
Adding Content Without Compromising Your Website
Many times when planning a legal website you may wonder how to add content without compromising the quality and straightforward nature of this particular genre. When searching for an attorney the average person wants clear-cut copy, easily searchable information; in short, the ability to find exactly what’s needed in the shortest amount of time possible. Adding quality content on an ongoing basis can be as simple as adding a “newsletter” section to your website. The team of attorneys at your particular law firm could take turns writing for this section, adding additional content that is rich in keywords. After all, nobody knows all the special nuances of your business like your own attorneys—and no one has your particular business at heart like the lawyers in your firm.
1. While your home page is naturally considered the most important page from a search engine point of view, all linked pages should aim to build up traffic so the search engines will begin to consider the links as home pages in their own right.
2. Your law firm’s website should have a central theme which is based around great content-rich copy. That copy should contain your selected keywords and phrases, should be interesting, engaging, readable, and, above all, correct.
3. There are services on the Internet that can provide you with a list of the most popular keyword searches on search engines at any particular time. If you incorporate these keyword search terms into your website, into your law firm’s articles, you increase the number of potential clients who will visit your website.