3 keys to being the best law blogger in your niche

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The door is wide open for lawyers to become the best blogger in their niche — or at a minimum to become one of the best. Getting there doesn’t require journalistic writing, proper grammar, or loads of content. In a post this week, Seattle’s Neil Patel (@neilpatel), Co-Founder at Crazy Egg and KISSmetrics, said three things were … Continue Reading

Five tips for faster blogging

tips for blogging faster for attorneys

I regularly hear from lawyers that blogging takes too much time. Many just lack the passion, but for others they’re not taking advantage of blogging practices that can save a lot of time. CNBC contributor and author Carol Roth (@caroljsroth) shared in Entrepreneur Magazine this week five tips for writing better and faster that I … Continue Reading

Why Twitter timeline changes are not a bad thing

Twitter timeline change

Twitter is now adding content it thinks you would like to see into your home timeline. Despite many people crying foul, I think this move may be a positive one for all Twitter users, new ones and veterans. Until now, your home timeline has displayed only tweets from Twitter users you have chosen to follow. You … Continue Reading

Authentic legal blogging builds relationships

authentic legal blogging

Miraz Jordan (@miraz), a freelance technology writer from New Zealand, had witnessed the world where bloggers were concerned with catchy headlines and web traffic. It was not until she was asked to do a piece on the New Zealand Presbyterian Church’s use of blogging that she discovered authentic blogging. The bloggers Jordan interviewed for her … Continue Reading

YouTube exploding : Opportunity for independent coverage of lawyers

YouTube for Law Firms

Rather than lawyers and law firms producing video coverage of themselves, YouTube represents an opportunity for lawyers to be included in independent video coverage conducted and produced by third parties. YouTube’s growth is staggering. More than 1 billion unique users visit YouTube each month Over 6 billion hours of video are watched each month —that’s … Continue Reading

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