Heritage Law Offices uses mobile-optimized campaigns to be there when clients need them most.
Heritage Law associates recognize that the place most people look to get those answers these days is the web, leading them to partner with Adster Creative in early 2015.
After immediately rebuilding Heritage Law’s website and launching AdWords campaigns, Adster Creative then undertook a full suite of Search Engine Optimizations (SEO) that Fall, to increase organic website traffic.
Since Adster Creative began SEO optimizations in 2016
“It has been a great relief to be able to confidently delegate all of our advertising needs to Adster Creative and let us focus on what we know best.”
– James W. Kadavil, Barrister & Solicitor, Heritage Law Offices
As the partners tracked the campaigns, it was obvious that potential clients were searching and calling from smartphones.
Adster had already redesigned Heritage Law’s website to be mobile-friendly, and after seeing the results, they continued to optimize both the site and AdWords campaigns with a particular eye on mobile traffic. Features like a mobile-friendly form for potential clients to fill out and a click-to-call phone number in search ads were added to help people get in touch in
the moments they needed legal help.
Their mobile success is still on the rise, with Adwords traffic from mobile devices up 50% and revenue doubling over the last 6 months.
In fact, Heritage Law’s traffic—especially from mobile—is up across the board. Since Adster began SEO optimizations in November, organic website traffic has increased 68%, with 85% percent of that being new mobile traffic. And even with more potential clients coming in, costs continue to decrease, driving the average lead cost down 34% quarter over
It also turns out that the value of always-being-there-when-it-counts lies at the heart of the partnership, helping drive its success. As Mason points out, “It gives me a great deal of comfort knowing that our website is monitored and maintained 24/7 by someone who knows what they’re doing. With all the new business, I have no time to review our advertising, so thank goodness for Adster.”