Lawgical Provides Affordable Websites for Legal Professionals
In response to the growing need for legal professionals to have high-quality websites, Lawgical launched a program called Lawgical Sites.
Sept. 7, 2011 – Many process servers, private investigators and bail agents have neither the time nor money to hire an expensive website designer, but they still need a strong web presence to attract clients. In response to this growing need for legal service providers to have high-quality websites, Lawgical launched a program called Lawgical Sites.
“It is more important than ever for legal service providers to have a professional, clean website with valuable information. A strong website helps companies gain online exposure and display the professional appearance they need to succeed in the legal industry,” said Beth Davis, Lawgical Marketing Manager.
Lawgical Sites Features
Lawgical Sites websites are modern, professional and user-friendly, and they cost a fraction of what people might pay for the services of a traditional web designer and programmer. Even if companies already have a primary website, they can get additional websites to specifically target the different geographic areas they service.
Within as little as a day, companies can have a fully functioning and search engine-optimized website featuring:
- Variety of colors and industry-specific images
- About us section
- Services page
- Investigation FAQs
- Contact us page
- Social media profile links
- Payment options
- Areas of service
- Association and organization membership
- Optional custom content
Lawgical provides online marketing and web-based solutions for legal professionals. The company’s portfolio is anchored by AboutBail.com, ServeNow.com, PInow.com, ProcessServers.com and ServeManager – all leading brands in their respective industries. Lawgical also develops and manages software-as-a-service (SaaS) applications for the legal industry.
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Denver, CO 80205
The Lawgical team includes MBAs, business professionals with extensive backgrounds in technology, management, traditional media and search engine marketing, educators, and highly creative professionals who understand application development and usability.