11 surprising WordPress statistics for law firms

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Little question that WordPress has become the content management system of choice for innovative law firms — worldwide, large, medium or small. German entrepreneur and blogger, Nick Schäferhoff shared thirteen surprising WordPress statistics, many of which he picked up from WordPress founder Matt Mullenweg’s recent “State of the Word” 2014. Here’s eleven of the statistics … Continue Reading

Blogging still rules!

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From author and technologist, David Weinberger (@dweinberger): Back in the early 2000s, we were reading one another’s blogs, responding to them, and linking to them. Blogging was a conversational form made solid by links. Rather than short form posts on social media networks that lead to social relationships, blogs are different per Weinberger. They are … Continue Reading

Top 10 in Law Blogs: More Election Fallout, State Slogans, Net Neutrality

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Two days later, we’re still seeing an abundance of commentary on the fallout from Tuesday’s Election Day. In today’s Top 10, we have two different takes on what it means from an environmental regulation standpoint. Total posts on the LexBlog Network today: 165. What Does Alaska’s and Oregon’s Legalization of Marijuana Change for Employers? Answer: … Continue Reading

Top 10 in Law Blogs: Election 2014, Adrian Peterson, Marijuana Prohibition

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As could be expected, today’s Top 10 brings us a healthy dose on the fallout from yesterday’s election—with good stuff from Doug Hass, Tim Peckinpaugh and others. Also, probably worthwhile today, Seyfarth Shaw has a piece on dealing with political conversations in the workplace. Total posts on the LexBlog Network today: 211. More than 500 … Continue Reading

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