How Attorneys Can Keep Up with Their On-Line Reputation

Internet LAVA’s suggestions for how attorneys and law firms can keep up with their on-line identity and manage their reputation:

  1. At least once each month, enter the name of your law firm into Google, Bing and Yahoo. Look carefully at the first three pages of results to find any negative review, misleading information or outdated content.
  2. Every few months, ask each lawyer in the firm to perform a search on the first three pages of Google, Bing and Yahoo for any variations of their name and geographical information. For example, the attorney should search for “Jane Doe Attorney in Cleveland Ohio.”
  3. Sign up for the following alerts so that you will be notified when new content is created about your attorneys or your law firm:

This process of reviewing the search engines to learn more about the scope and depth of your on-line reputation is important because all of the attorneys in your law firm will quickly realize how to make improvements in the law firm’s on-line presence. Just being aware of the law firm’s on-line reputation will quickly lead to incredible improvements.

Read more about: Law Firm Reputation Management

Contact Internet LAVA to find out how we build better websites for attorneys based on better content. Let us help you create a powerful internet presence that uses each emerging technology including business and social media profiles to increase positive content about your services and minimize the impact of a negative review.

How Attorneys Should Respond to a Negative Review – Forget About It – Read our Blog article with informational videos produced by Yelp.com with advice to business owners worried about one negative review.

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