Which Content Mediums Do Users Pay the Closest Attention To?

What s the number one purpose of content marketing? Besides the obvious goal of generating leads and making sales, it s to get people to consume your content. You want them to take the time to fully absorb it, pay close attention and engage. But here s the thing. Modern Internet users have notoriously low attention spans. Most [ ] The post Which Content Mediums Do Users Pay the Closest Attention To? appeared first on Best Legal Practices.
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4 Things to Remember When Writing Content for Mobile Users

It used to be that when writing content, you knew that the vast majority of readers would be viewing it either on a desktop or laptop. But with the explosion of mobile devices, this is no longer the case. In fact, as of late 2015, mobile phone user penetration worldwide was 52.7 percent and 75.1 [ ] The post 4 Things to Remember When Writing Content for Mobile Users appeared first on .
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Potential Client Psychology: What Users Want from Your Website

When visitors first land on your law firm s website, you ve only got a few seconds to impress them enough to make them stick around and keep browsing. Otherwise, failing to appeal to their wants will likely send them to competitors, and their business will be lost forever. In order to grab visitors attention and move [ ] The post Potential Client Psychology: What Users Want from Your Website appeared first on .
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Google Plus Users With More Than 1,000 Followers Can Now Use +Post Ads – BLP Daily Digest, April 28, 2014

8 Blog Design Tips to Make Sure People Stop to Read Your Content Posted on Apr 27, 2014 in Social Media For Lawyers Most people determine whether to stay on or leave a site in the first few seconds. If you want your blog’s visitors to stay for longer and read your content, you need [ ] The post Google Plus Users With More Than 1,000 Followers Can Now Use +Post Ads BLP Daily Digest, April 28, 2014 appeared first on .
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