Findlaw Wins Two WebAwards For Law Firm Website Design And Development
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EAGAN, Minn., Oct. 22, 2012 - FindLaw, the leading provider of online marketing and client development services for small law firms, won two 2012 WebAwards from the Web Marketing Association for exceptional website development and design. This year's wins bring the total number of WebAwards amassed by FindLaw to 26.
FindLaw won for the design and development of the following websites:
- The McNabola Law Group in Chicago, Ill., in the "Outstanding Website" category.
- The Traut Firm in Santa Ana, Calif., in the "Legal Standard of Excellence" category.
The Web Marketing Association's WebAwards is the premier international website competition that names the best websites across 96 industries each year, according to the association's website. Websites are evaluated based on seven criteria: design, innovation, content, technology, interactivity, copywriting and ease of use.
"We are privileged to again be recognized by the Web Marketing Association for delivering creative and intuitively designed websites that drive results for our law firm clients," said Craig Yolitz, FindLaw's vice president of customer operations. "The WebAward wins are a testament to our talented team and the commitment of FindLaw to continue to be the industry leader in legal website design and development."
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FindLaw, part of Thomson Reuters, is a leading provider of free intelligent legal information, online marketing and client development services, providing the legal industry and consumers with the knowledge to act. Home to the largest online directory of lawyers that assists consumers in finding an attorney by practice area, FindLaw.com (www.findlaw.com) is the most popular legal website with 5 million people visiting each month for free information about a legal topic, to solve a legal problem, or to find a lawyer.
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