Lawyers.com Most Visited Legal Site for People Seeking an Attorney
According to analysis of new comScore Media Metrix data and our internal site analytics, Lawyers.com from LexisNexis Martindale-Hubbell achieved record-setting site visitation during the first three months of 2009, with more combined unique visitors than any other competing website. Almost two million searches for lawyers are conducted on Lawyers.com each month. Just as importantly, the number of leads and opportunities generated for lawyers listed on Lawyers.com has more than doubled in the last 12 months supported by this strong traffic growth.
Specifically, we reviewed comScore Media Metrix data (custom aggregation) based on 1Q09 average monthly unique visitors comparing Lawyers.com to FindLaw® consumer traffic (public.findlaw.com, lawyers.findlaw.com and pview.findlaw.com combined, unduplicated visitation).
According to the data, Lawyers.com users:
- Viewed a total of more than five million pages on average each month – 61 percent more than the next most popular online resource for finding attorneys.
- Viewed on average five pages per visit compared to only three pages viewed per visit at the next most popular online resource for finding attorneys.
- Spent a total of more than four million monthly minutes on the site on average compared to only two million monthly minutes on average on the next most popular online resource for finding attorneys.
- Visited the site on average about 22 percent more often than the next most popular online resource for finding attorneys.
The growing popularity of Lawyers.com reflects the value we deliver to site visitors beyond simply providing them with a free legal directory. Consumers and small business owners are also taking advantage–in record numbers–of our interactive discussion forums covering hundreds of legal topics, consumer friendly explanations of major areas of law, articles on current legal topics, links to legal resources on the Web, a glossary of 10,000 legal terms, video content, tips for selecting and working with an attorney, and more.
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