Our resources from working in the legal industry for so long are invaluable in building effective campaigns.
Rochester, NY (PRWEB) May 29, 2014
With Google constantly updating their algorithm, SEO strategies are constantly changing. In light of the evolution of the SEO industry, SEO Spot has continued to focus on more specialty niche's. This means they are able to more effectively target their strategies for clients by focusing on a number of client areas, rather than spreading themselves too thin.
Panda 4.0 and PayDay Loans 2.0 rolled out in mid-May, focusing on low-quality site pages and competitive industries. While this has little effect on those executing white hat, long-term strategies, it continues to show how Google is taking steps to focus on higher quality results.
SEO Spot has been working with attorneys and law firms for several years. With clients from New York to San Diego in specialties from family law to immigration, the professionals at SEO Spot have the expertise necessary to be successful for firms across the United States.
"Our track record of long-term success for local clients has helped us immensely in the legal industry," explained Nelson Hamwey, SEO specialist at SEO Spot. "We have relationships with our clients and are helping them achieve long-term success."
Many companies try to bend the rules and execute what is working best now, rather than focusing on the future. This often leads to penalties and bad relationships in the SEO industry. It also lends to the poor reputation of many SEO companies.
"Not only is our experience important, but our resources from working in the legal industry for so long are invaluable in building effective campaigns," continued Hamwey.
SEO Spot only works with one law firm in each geographic location in each legal specialty to prevent conflicts of interest. They utilize their internal resources and the marketing resources of the firm to execute effective online marketing strategies.
For more information on the law firm marketing services, view their attorney marketing page.