It’s always interesting to go back and look at which posts from the past year drew the most interest from you, the readers. Posts that I thought represented the good stuff don’t always make it.

It’s clear from this year that many of you like my instructive posts and how to’s. Perhaps that’s a nice reminder for me as to why I left the practice 16 years next spring — to help lawyers connect with people in a meaningful way so that the good caring lawyers got the work, not the lawyers with largest war chests for advertsing.

Here’s the top fifteen for 2014, year twelve for RLHB.

15. 11 surprising WordPress statistics for law firms

14. What law firm managing partners are missing about social media

13. 3 reasons law firm executives ought be active on social media

12. How to engage your audience when sharing law blog posts on LinkedIn

11. Five keys to law blog success in 2014

10. Ten reasons lawyers ought to think of blogging

9. Two legal companies doing Twitter the right away

8. Could now be a good time to go to law school?

7. Four reasons Google+ is important for blogging lawyers

6. Are we seeing the end of lawyer profiles on websites?

5. Law blog more valuable for law grads than law review in landing job

4. Getting followers on Twitter : What’s a lawyer to do?

3. Do not confuse writing an article with blogging

2. Are we seeing the death of law firm homepages?

1. 5 LinkedIn privacy tips every lawyer should know

Thanks for following along in 2014. I wish you health and great success in the new year.

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