Sometimes people will come into hard times and need a Lawyer. If you aren’t a lawyer, these local directories might not work for you, specifically. But, you are probably interested in everything you can get your website listed in, we we suggest you also to go to check out our other list of general listings that your local website needs to be listed in.
Okay, now that all of the lawyers are here, you want people to come into your office asking for your help, or calling, filling out a form on your site, etc. But where should you start? Or even continue your local SEO strategy? Your firm needs to be in this list of local lawyer directories. Lucky for you, it’s a pretty extensive list. This way you can have plenty of opportunities to grow your business. We checked every site, so you won’t encounter a 404 error when going to the page.
Why local listing sites are so important
So you put your information in these directories, but why? Google pulls information from these sites to determine your N.A.P. (C) consistency (name, address, phone, category). If you are consistent and correct, you are on good terms with Google and will be shown on Google Maps. (although there is another main factor, Google My Business).
Although some local listing sites you may already know, and not care too much about; Yelp, Bing, Yellow Pages, The BBB, and others. Local SEO isn’t just tossing keywords willy nilly, you need to make sure your business is consistent all across the internet. Getting listed on these local directories will only allow Google to trust you more.
Google My Business & Google Maps
Before we jump into this list, we want to make sure you are on the most important “local listing” site on the internet. Google My Business. We have an in-depth blog on how to set up and optimize your Google My Business here. If you are already on here, good job. Head down to the list and get to work.
Google My Business and Google Maps are essentially very different tools, one is purely information-based and the other offers directions to locations you need. Although, you cannot have Google Maps without GMB (Google My Business). Google Maps takes the information (mainly address) and uses it to determine what business belongs to what address.
Getting back to the point, you need to be on GMB. Here is what it looks like if you don’t know. It is the sidebar that pops up whenever Google thinks you are looking for that business. You can pack a lot of information in this little box. And Google wants it that way, they want to keep people on Google. But if you get the client in the end, why not utilize it?
Alright, The List You Clicked For is Below
- Legal Services Link
- Law Brain
- Law Father
- My Legal Practice
- Legal Reach
- Rank Legal
- 101 Attorney
- Law Firm Review
- Lawyer Directory
- Global Who’s Who
- Lawyer Directory
- Legal Listings
- USA Attorneys
- 42 Lawyers
- Media Lawyers
- Top Attorney Directory
- Lead Councel
- Law Tally
- IP Community
- Attorney And Practice