While being thin may have some advantages; there aren’t any benefits of thin content. When attorney web content is too thin, it will leave your website visitors looking for something more. Because you don’t want potential clients turning to your competitors, you should learn how to avoid thin website content.
If you aren’t sure if your content is too thin, ask yourself questions like, “Does my content answer potential clients’ questions? If I was reading this article, would I get what I need or is something missing?” It is not enough to simply meet minimum word counts. Your lawyer website content needs to be engaging, clear, and helpful. If you do a good job of addressing your potential clients’ questions and concerns and providing them with next step options, readers will turn to you for further help.
If you don’t have the time it takes to write engaging, comprehensive content that appeals to readers and search engines alike, contact Foster Web Marketing. We have a team of talented writers—experienced in creating online website content for lawyers. To learn how we can produce interesting, custom content that will help grow your business, call 888.886.0939 or contact us online at http://www.fosterwebmarketing.com/contact.cfm.