Solicitors And Google Analytics – What You Need To Know

There are certain things that solicitors should be looking at every month inside Google Analytics. I thought everyone knew this, but I was reminded the other day that this was not the case.

Solicitors And Google Analytics

I was with a group of smart business owners, or at least I thought they were smart.

It turned out that none of them looked at their Google Analytics; ever.

Why does this make me doubt their smartness? Well, because what is contained within Google Analytics is the equivalent of ‘free money’.

When you know where to look and what to look at, you can see exactly where spending a little bit of time on your website can lead to more enquiries for your services and, therefore, more client instructions.


My whole business advice is based on making solicitors lives easier by showing you the quick and often automated ways you can attract more clients to your law firm.

Analytics is one of these ways, when you know where to look.

Are you looking at Google Analytics and making the required changes to your website?

If you would like me to send you a link to a video I have prepared showing you how and where to look, just let me know by completing a Free Online Enquiry with “Free Google Analytics Video” in the details and I will send you the link.

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