Entertainment Law Blog Design

Categories: Lawyer Blog Posts.

Today, we’ll take a break from talking about attorney website design and focus on our client’s Entertainment Law Blog Design.

Here at Law Promo, we always encourage our clients to blog or get a blog. We always remind them of the many benefits of having a blog: reaching out to clients, engaging with your audience, more detailed information, search engine optimization boosts, and many more. The beauty of a blog is the fact that it can be about anything. A blog grants you certain liberties that a traditional law firm web design does not. For example, when you’re writing content for your attorney web design, you are limited in narrative voice. You have two options: third person or first person. Writing on these websites are often droll, but the main purpose of the information shown is to inform your audience and visitors of the services you provide.

With a blog, you are granted more freedom. Content writing doesn’t need to seem like a chore and watching your language is optional. You can generate conversation, inform the audience, or let people know what a typical workday is like. You are unhindered when it comes to content creation. Of course, it’s better to focus your blog on a certain topic, but you can always create categories for different posts. Blogs are awesome because unlike lawyer website designs, you’re granted more freedom in writing content.

The blog featured above is an Entertainment Law Blog Design for our client, McClanahan Powers, PLLC. Like all our integrated blog designs, we created their blog to complement their attorney website design. The blog features a pale gray background and a banner image containing the firms logo, name, the title of their blog, and their contact information. Post titles are shown in navy blue and a brief introduction to the firm is placed atop their recent posts. The McClanahan Powers, PLLC Entertainment Law Blog focuses on Entertainment Law, copyright, and trademark law. They wanted a blog in which they could inform their audience and clients about entertainment law.