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Did you know that there are four ways to own your website?  If you're paying too much every month to keep your website up and running, take a look:   http://www.swell-sites.com/four-ways/  

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Check out our new blog post: (Google Adwords Overview - Pay Per Click Advertising)

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"Have Solos Been Priced Out of SEO?" 

Interesting read about three phases of online marketing for lawyers.  It's all true: It's expensive, it's going to stay expensive.  However, I believe that a solo can still make use of a scaled down marketing budget by fiercely focusing on their target.  
My Post on Lawyerist today.

I've become increasingly concerned that solo lawyers have become priced out of the SEO market.  Most of the solos I speak with could never afford to work with me - have we moved from beyond-their-budget Yellow Pages ads to beyond-their-budget SEO campaigns? 

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FindLaw's spam attack on LawDeeDa and why it matters to all FindLaw clients, even if your name is not on the list:  http://goo.gl/JOmA8c

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Remember when I told you Wordpress wasn't worth it?  Remember when I said there are so many sites that follow the same format that it's susceptible to spam and attacks?  #wordpress 

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New website for Martin & Martin, Workers' Comp, Injury & Immigration Lawyers in South Carolina.

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Re-designed my website and updated some of the content.  If you'd like help making sure that your website looks great on a tablet or phone, or just shows up better on Google, I can help.  Contact me through my website for more information. #legalmarketing  

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See their website to learn about how +The Sutter Law Firm, PLLC is fighting to help people in West Virginia hold Freedom Industries accountable for the #chemicalspill .   #westvirginiawater  
The recent chemical spill by Freedom Industries in West Virginia has caused problems for thousands of residents in the following counties:  Boone, Cabell, Clay, Jackson, Kanawha, Lincoln, Logan, Putnam and Roane.  If you were damaged directly (for example, lost business, missed time at work, had a surgery rescheduled, etc.) we can help you pursue the compensation you deserve.

To understand your rights and how you would go about pursuing compensation from Freedom Industries for harm caused as a result of their recent chemical spill, call us today at 1-800-775-1514.  We can help you understand how West Virginia law applies to this situation, and give you options for moving forward.  There is no obligation to pursue a claim and the consultation is completely free.
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