25 Must-Have Components for Every Law Firm Website [Infographic]

By Law Firm Suites - March 16, 2017
25 Must-Have Components for Every Law Firm Website [Infographic]

Follow this simple and well-designed infographic to learn about the 25 different features that every single law firm website must have.

In today’s legal industry, a well-designed and thorough website is essential to your firm’s success. Seriously, if your firm’s website isn’t up to par, then your practice is in trouble.

But at the same time, you went to law school to practice law, not design good looking and effective websites. And hiring web developers can be expensive and time-consuming. Especially if you are unsure of what you would like your website’s end product to look like.

To help, the web development pros at UK Web Host Review have put together an infographic that details what they believe to be the essential features of every successful website. They even go on to show you what information needs to be where, thus giving you a blueprint of what your site should look like.

Take a look for yourself to make sure your firm’s website is firing on all cylinders and start impressing your clients as soon as they find you online.


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