Today, our director Kristen Thomaselli had a great column in the Huffington Post about common WordPress myths and why they’re false. Here she puts to bed tales of WordPress used solely for blogs posts, its poor security, and more.
‘The Internet is abuzz over last month’s major WordPress update. After massive data breaches at Ashley Madison, CareFirst BlueCross BlueShield and the U.S. Office of Personnel Management, cybersecurity has become a top priority for consumers, businesses, and even federal agencies.’
Click here to read more on the Huffington Post’s website.
In today’s world your website is often the the first impression prospects will get of your firm. Whether you have a large firm or small practice, it’s important to convey professionalism right out of the gate while still maintaining a sleek interface that will impress prospective clients.
We found the CompanyLaw WordPress theme checked off all the boxes we were looking for in a modern law firm’s website. With bold images and lawyer specific posts, this theme is ready for complete customization based on your firm’s needs. It’s easy to show off recent cases, portfolios and client testimonials with a drag-and-drop page builder that can be personalized to best fit the site.
Showing off your firm’s team members is simple, with built in tools that allow you to showcase each attorney with a profile picture and bio. Clients will be able to see each lawyer’s body of work and specialty, making finding different specialties easy and convenient.
So, whether you’re a small practice with three partners or a large firm with a hundred lawyers in ten states, we highly recommend using the CompanyLaw WordPress theme as a starting template for your new website. And if you’re looking for an expert to get your website up and running, drop us a line. Ask for Mike. I’d be happy to help!