Where do most law firms go wrong with SEO?
One of the hottest topics and biggest marketing trends is leveraging SEO for business growth.
In this episode, Eli Schwartz joins me to talk about SEO from a different angle than we typically speak about. He shares why most firms shouldn’t in fact be prioritizing SEO.
Eli is an SEO expert and consultant with more than a decade of experience working for leading B2B and B2C companies.
His ability to demystify and navigate the SEO process has generated billions of dollars in revenue for some of the internet’s top websites, including such clients as Shutterstock, WordPress, Blue Nile, Quora, and Zendesk.
As head of SurveyMonkey’s SEO team, Schwartz oversaw the company’s global operations, helped launch the first Asia-Pacific office, and grew the company’s organic search from just 1 percent of revenue to a key driver of global revenue. His work has been featured by TechCrunch, Entrepreneur.com, and Y Combinator, and he has given talks at business schools and keynote conferences around the world. His new book is ‘Product-Led SEO: The Why Behind Building Your Organic Growth Strategy‘.
Eli gives listeners actionable tips on:
- [1:50] What most firms are doing wrong with their SEO
- [3:50] Why certain firms shouldn’t be doing SEO
- [6:45] Why SEO isn’t the right kind of approach to managing your marketing
- [8:30] Which metrics you should be paying attention to
- [12:35] Content creation tips as it relates to SEO
- [18:40] Which firms should be doing SEO
- [21:45] Where firms go wrong with ‘links’
- [27:50] Eli’s book recommendation
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