Elder Law Growth Podcast: How To Write A Legal Blog Post To Increase Traffic with Tyler Reed

How To Write A Legal Blog Post To Increase Traffic with Tyler Reed

Blog posts build trust.

Blog posts written with SEO get you seen and hired.

When you write a blog for your website and optimize it with SEO writing, Google will rank it higher and dramatically increase traffic, ultimately bringing in new clients.

The good news:

You don’t need to watch 20 YouTube videos to learn how to do it.

Because we asked Tyler Reed, founder of BizWrite and expert SEO Writer, to tell us how it’s done and how attorneys can do this for themselves.

No pro required.


✅   Make your blog skim-friendly with headlines and bullet points

✅   Write at an 8th-grade (or lower) reading level

✅   Aim for 1500 words per blog article (anything less and Google won’t rank it)

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