In our first episode of Connecting the Dots, Sean Ottey and Jebidiah Burnett gave everyone a crash course in buying and selling domains. As you might imagine, when you dig deeper into domain investing, you will start running into niches where savvy domainers carve out their own corner of the market, and legal-related domains are a great example of this. In this upcoming webinar episode, we invite SEO expert Bill Hartzer, author of the Jacksonville.Attorney case study, to discuss how domains interact with search engine marketing for lawyers and law firms. Be sure to register at CTD.LIVE, and watch live on December 14th, 2016 from 10:00–10:30 a.m., PST. Here’s everything you need to know about our Q&A with Bill Hartzer:
December 14, 2016
10:00–10:30 a.m. PST
The legal industry consistently faces some of the most expensive search terms when it comes to paid search marketing. There is often fierce competition for lawyers and law firms to get the highest search ranking in their specific regions and specialties. One alternative to costly pay-per-click campaigns is securing a domain name that generates high volumes of organic web traffic.
For domain investors, the legal industry is an excellent opportunity to match lawyers with high-quality domain names.
In this edition of Connecting the Dots, Bill Hartzer, author of the Jacksonville.Attorney case study, helps Sean Ottey and Jebidiah Burnett navigate this demanding market. They will be discussing:
- The state of Search Engine Marketing for legal services
- How domain names fit into an SEM strategy
- New domain name options for lawyers and law firms
- How a keyword-relevant attorney/lawyer domain can be beneficial for lead generation
This 30-minute webinar contains valuable insights for lawyers, domain investors, and anyone marketing to or for the legal-services industry. The number of attendees is limited, so register for a spot now at CTD.LIVE, where you can also view our previous webcasts.
Special Offer: Webinar attendees will receive a very exclusive promotional offer during the webcast – be sure to tune in.