What are the queries to attract users to a website for legal advice?
Is there a site online consultation of legal subjects. With users who ask questions everything is clear, they come across queries such as "ask the lawyers" or "legal advice online". But for some search queries can directly attract lawyers who would have these questions answered?
PS: Now the site is advertised only in thematic groups. Channel of contextual advertising is not used at all, and I would like to...
Put yourself in the place of such attorney, in what life situation would You turn to search with that intention and what kind of keywords to search, respectively, to drive. It may be appropriate to use queries such as "work for lawyers", "lawyers jobs", "legal advice jobs" and "jobs for lawyers".
Henderson_Beat answered on June 27th 19 at 15:38
Suggest the following queries:
"how to sit"
"how to wash"
"how not to pay taxes"
"cheating on your wife master of sports in Aikido"
"open offshore company"
Monique answered on June 27th 19 at 15:40
I think the author just wants to help people to collect the semantic kernel) try to match keywords in the legal niche and then to vary them.
Sabina_Willms answered on June 27th 19 at 15:42
Wow, a simple question. The answer lies in the interest of lawyers to participate in the project, you are talking about.
Honestly, I don't know why the lawyers to spend their time answering someone's questions. What the project offers to them in return? Advertising? The flow of customers? Commissions?
That's when you have to determine what the lawyers benefit, then you can consider what keywords are associated with this benefit. Well, for example, hypothetically: "clients for the lawyer", "part time job for a lawyer"...
frances_Yundt answered on June 27th 19 at 15:44
I think there is not an SEO problem, hardly any lawyers go to Google and look for where you can help someone for free online.
Better advertised on the specialized legal portals.