Choosing Better Keywords for Your Mobile Attorney Website

When it comes to choosing keywords for your mobile attorney website, there are a few tricks to choosing words and phrases to perform well for you. Here are a few simple guidelines for choosing better keywords for your mobile site:

  • Use city and location names. A good chunk of your mobile website traffic will come from local visitors. Using city and region names in your keywords and titles can go a long way toward directing more relevant traffic your way. 
  • Keep it short. People who are trying to type on small screens or phones are likely to use shorter search phrases to find the online content they’re looking for. While you may have the best success with long-tail keywords on your main site, you’ll probably find that shorter keywords are more popular among a mobile audience. 
  • Think about what people might be searching for on the go. Your mobile website has to focus on only the most important information to avoid overwhelming mobile visitors, and the keywords you choose should help them find it. Think about what users on the go might be most interested in, and come up with keywords related to those concerns. 

Ultimately, the best way to choose great keywords for your mobile attorney website is to do some research, pay attention to your analytics data so you know what’s working, experiment a little, and reach out to our friendly mobile SEO team if you need help. 

At Foster Web Marketing, we understand that attorney mobile marketing is an exciting, new trend, and we’d love to help you get started. Contact our team today at 1-888-886-0939 to learn more about building and maintaining an effective mobile website for your law firm or business and how we can help.

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