Frequently Asked Questions About Our Process
How do I get started?
To get started, simply give us a call or send us an email describing your practice or marketing project and the type of content you would like to have produced. We will reply within 24 hours with a new client intake form that asks some basic questions about your law firm that allows us to tailor the content we write to your practice as well as offer you a quote. In addition, if you would like a free sample piece of content that you can actually post on your site, we will write one 500-word piece on the topic of your choice so you can see the quality of our services first-hand.
What kinds of content can you produce?
We can write content in any format that may be used on the internet, including blogs, legal copy, press releases, video scripts, and FAQs. We can leave topic generation up to you or provide you with suggested topic lists from which you can pick and choose. The legal blogs that we write are generally in one of four broad categories:
- Practice area-related local news
- Firm news
Importantly, we can write compelling legal content regarding any practice area and in any jurisdiction. We regularly write content for clients who practice in the following areas of law:
|· Personal injury· Criminal defense|
· Family law
|· Business collections· Business litigation|
· Consumer protection
· Insurance defense
· Workers’ compensation
Who is writing my content?
All of our writers have completed law school, and we use both full-time writers and those who work with us on a contract basis. All of the content is subjected to a thorough grammar check and is reviewed by our full-time attorney-editor for legal accuracy and compliance with the advertising rules in your state.
How many revisions can I request?
We guarantee our clients’ satisfaction with the content they receive and will work with you until you are happy with the content you have received. Generally, if there are requested revisions, they have taken one round of editing. We strive to maintain an open dialogue with our clients during the development process, which tends to result in a product that requires little revision, if any.
To discuss our services further, call Lexicon Legal Content today. If you would prefer to reach us via email, please fill out and submit the online contact form available to the right.