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Jones Day same-sex relationship site a model for niche sites

Jones Day Same Sex Relationship WebsiteAs reported by Jennifer Henderson of The American Lawyer (@AmericanLawyer), Jones Day (@JonesDay) has launched a website providing information on how same-sex relationships are legally recognized in nearly 300 jurisdictions worldwide. The website, which is available to the public free of charge, allows users to search laws by country, and when necessary, more localized jurisdictions. … Continue Reading

The legal digital media battle will be won on mobile – and social

legal digital media on mobile and social“The battle will be won on the smartphone,” New York Times CEO, Mark Thompson told the audience at the Code/Media conference Tuesday evening, reports Re/codes’s Peter Kafka (@pkafka) and Edmund Lee (@edmundlee). And mobile alone will not be enough, per Thompson. Gaining readership will require content sharing on third-party social networking platforms such as Facebook. … Continue Reading

It takes an entire law firm using social media to distribute content

Social media delivers law firm contentIf a law firm wants to succeed in generating readership of their thought leadership pieces, whether blog posts, articles, or whitepapers going forward, the firm best have everyone at the law firm using social media. Over one half of the users of Twitter and Facebook get their news and information from these social networks, reports … Continue Reading

As ABA Blawg 100 shows, biglaw is finding the handle on quality blogging

9084897695_2837129497_bThere’s blogging, and then there’s blogging well. And really, an argument can be made that anything but the latter really isn’t blogging at all. After all, what is blogging—is it simply the act of producing content to an online publication that displays it all on one page in reverse-chronological order? Or, is there something more … Continue Reading

11 surprising WordPress statistics for law firms

WordPress security risks law firmsLittle 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

Do legal blogs generate citations of legal journals and publications?

blogs citations legal publicationsLegal scholars and legal publishers often look at legal blogs as off on the side and not relevant to their more “learned” work. More demeaning yet, law blogs are often looked at as merely advertising or marketing. The fact is that legal blogs likely generate citation of their legal publications (journals, reviews, periodicals, treatises) and … Continue Reading

Flipboard update integrates Zite’s technology

FlipboardGreat news for lawyers. As reported by VentureBeat’s Tom Cheredar (@TChed), Flipboard’s latest update integrates Zite’s suggested content feature. At the heart of “Flipboard 3.0″ is deep integration of technology from Zite, the mobile news recommendation service Flipboard acquired from CNN back in March. Zite is known for being able to recommend a large selection … Continue Reading

Publish your law blog for social and mobile, not for your blog site

Publish law blog social mobileWhen publishing a blog you need to consider how people are consuming your content. Today, content moves socially and it’s viewed on mobile devices. Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn have browsers built into their mobile apps or provide for the seamless display of a browser as a window in their app. That’s where your blog content … Continue Reading

Facebook to court law blog networks?

Facebook blog publishersFor many publishers Facebook and other social media have become a more important driver of traffic than Google. In the case of Facebook, as reported by Digiday’s John McDermott (@mcdermott), it’s not soley because of changes to Facebook’s Newsfeed more prominently featuring publishers’ stories. …[T]here’s a human component to Facebook’s recent embrace of the publishing … Continue Reading

WordPress blogs solve problems of peer review expert publications

peer review blogsWhether it’s science, medicine, law, or technology, publishing is by and large a peer review model controlled by large publishers and organizations. With the Internet and WordPress democratizing publishing, why can’t we have an open publishing system driven by blogs? It would benefit experts and society at large. From technology executive, Daniel Marovitz (@marovdan), in … Continue Reading

Google authorship eliminated

Google authorshipIn a post by John Mueller (@JohnMu) a Webmaster Trends Analyst at Google, Google announced it was eliminating Google Authorship. If you have any doubt about Authorship being eliminated in entirety, read the discussion in the comments to Mueller’s post. Google Authorship enabled blog authors to connect the blog posts they published to their Google+ … Continue Reading
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