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Julie A. Fleming

You bring up a good point. Having a static website is a lot like handing out brochures. All of the basic information is there if consumers needs it, but odds are they'll only barely glance through it and never give it a second thought. There needs to be something on the site that gives people a reason to keep coming back--not just because then they'll remember who you are and feel like they've already developed a relationship with you, but also because the more views you have over a long period of time, the higher your site will be in search engine results, and the more people who will find your website when they're just doing a quick search to find a lawyer when they need one immediately.

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