By Kevin O'Keefe

Top 20 most popular posts on Real Lawyers Have Blogs for 2011

Most popular posts on real lawyers have blogsI’ve been publishing this blog for over eight years. Though my posts about the value of blogging for professional and business development as well as my practical tips for blogging remain very popular, it’s fun to look back at which posts I published in the last year were the most popular.

Here’s the top 20 as measured by the number of people who read the post.

  1. Twitter for lawyers: Six tips for advancing your reputation
  2. Can a lawyer respond to comments on their blog without creating an attorney client relationship?
  3. Google Plus for lawyers : First impressions
  4. Are law firms underutilizing YouTube?
  5. Who sees your @ replies in Twitter?
  6. How lawyers can use an iPad for professional and business development
  7. Six reasons why lawyers need to be using Twitter
  8. LinkedIn now the social media platform of choice for lawyers and law firms?
  9. Will journalism departments be part of the law firm of the future?
  10. Facebook for lawyers : Wonderful relationship building medium for business development
  11. Avvo and Justia legal directories grow at expense of Findlaw, Lawyers.com, and Martndale-Hubbell
  12. LinkedIn is a business development tool for all lawyers : Representing consumers or businesses
  13. Can we take law blogs to another level?
  14. Law professor’s blog causes federal judge to revisit decision
  15. Your Linkedin Summary as a lawyer is your elevator pitch
  16. Lawyers and reporters missing the point of social media
  17. Is the law firm website going to go the way of the dinosaur?
  18. Model your career and business after Abe Lincoln
  19. Six worst practices in lawyer blogging
  20. Washington Post creates needless scare about lawyer blogs being outlawed by state bars
  21. Why law firms need to stop blocking the use of social media (an extra one to remind law firms to relax a bit)

Happy New Years!

Kevin O'Keefe
About the Author

Trial lawyer turned legal tech entrepreneur, I am the founder and CEO of LexBlog, a legal blog community of over 30,000 blog publishers, worldwide. LexBlog’s publishing platform is used on a subscription basis by over 18,000 legal professionals, including the largest law firm in each India, China and the United States.

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