People really like my webpage on expunging your criminal record in D.C. They like the language so much they keep stealing it.
I am nosy. I am also a snob. I am curious what people choose to display in the background behind them during virtual hearings.
My mother once said that the hardest part about getting old was the fear of being marginalized. She felt this particularly acutely as an older woman. She complained about feeling invisible.
When marketing your writing services through mass emails, it is a good idea to make sure there are no typos, misspellings or grammatical errors in your message.
Tyler tells me to be patient. A couple of months ago I complained about how my Google rankings have tanked, and Tyler Suchman – my website guy from Tribalcore– has been working with me to try to reverse the trend.
I used to be King of Google for criminal defense in D.C. Traffic to my site was both wide (many visitors each day) and deep (visitors would stay for a long time, clicking on multiple pages each visit and then dwelling on them). More importantly, my site ranked number #1 for a number of important search terms that could lead to potential business: “simple assault dc,” prostitution solicitation dc,” “destruction of property dc,” “theft II dc,” “unlawful entry dc,” “expungement/sealing of criminal records dc,” and so on.
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“Please leave your name and number and I will get back to you at my earliest convenience.” At my earliest convenience? Are you kidding me? Would you leave such an obnoxious, my-time-is-more-important-than-your-time message on your voice machine? On… Read More
Over on Facebook, Matt Kaiser laughs about having used an emoticon for the very first time in an email. I laughed too when I saw this. Although I used to share Matt’s apparent distaste for emoticons (they seemed… Read More