San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) August 03, 2013
The next step in building their quickly-expanding resources database will be the addition of district courts for every district in the United States. Lawyer Plugin developers expect approximately 500 resources to be added by the end of 2013. The addition of district courts to the expanding database is just one of the number of resources offered in this free essential plugin designed for attorneys using WordPress to power their firm's website.
Lawyer Plugin is a unique plugin; it contains hundreds of local resources, updated and synced every 24 hours, and runs on WordPress websites as a resource for viewers. Registration with Lawyer Plugin establishes the parameters; the peer-to-peer legal directory is displayed by users, with a filtering system which blocks competitive attorneys from listing each other as part of the database. For example, Lawyer Plugin will display on the website of a family law attorney in Los Angeles other types of attorneys, but no other family law attorney in Los Angeles. Only non-competing listings are displayed on the sites of each user.
Linking to government websites ensures top outbound link quality in the face of increasingly sophisticated search engine requirements. Google Penguin 2.0 updates affect inbound links to a firm’s website, including citations, other websites which mention a firm, and inbound and high-quality outbound links. Lawyer Plugin essentially does the work of high-quality outbound linking for a website by providing quality resources relevant to a law firm's state and up to three practice areas.
To install the plugin, users can download Lawyer Plugin at http://wordpress.org/plugins/lawyer-resources. In the WordPress dashboard, go to Plugins → Add New, type in "Lawyer Plugin" and install from the WordPress repository.
To learn more, visit http://www.lawyerplugin.com/.
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