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Trial lawyer turned legal tech entrepreneur, I am the founder and CEO of LexBlog, a legal blog community of over 30,00 blog publishers, worldwide. LexBlog’s professional turnkey blog solution, licensed on a subscription basis, is used by over 18,000 legal professionals.

A greater number of lawyers are taking to Twitter during the Covid-19 Pandemic than at probably any other time. Everyday, I’m seeing lawyers from all over the world starting to use for the first time.

Why?

  • Lawyers appreciate the need to network online when they cannot network in person.
  • With less travel, face to face

I sat down with business development coach and author, Nora Riva Bergman, last week – at least virtually – for an interview for her upcoming book, 50 Lessons for Happy Lawyers: Boost wellness. Build resilience. Yes, you can.

Nora was nice enough to enough share some of what I shared with her in a

The opening day of baseball, three months delayed because of the pandemic, is tomorrow.

The New York Yankees will play the World Series Champions, Washington Nationals while the San Francisco Giants visit the Los Angeles Dodgers.

In the O’Keefe house, the night before opening day, Sunday in the old days when baseball always started on

I’m in favor of legal blogs covering a niche.

Niche blogs become must have reading for people. Doesn’t matter if it’s one hundred, one thousand or ten thousand readers. You have the readers that matter.

You also develop a heck of a name in the process. A name not just in the niche subject, but

A couple years ago I was sitting in the audience at a legal technology and innovation conference in Amsterdam.

With people from all over the world seated around me, it dawned on me just how myopic we can be in the States.

Like other companies, I realized I’ve always been measuring LexBlog’s market success and

Just write, says marketing guru, author and speaker, Seth Godin.

Godin is spot on when it comes to lawyers – and law firms.

People with writer’s block don’t have a problem typing. They have a problem living with bad writing, imperfect writing, writing that might expose something that they fear.

And how do

It was sixteen years ago, following my introduction to the Legal Marketing Association in San Francisco as the “national leader on blogs for lawyers,” that I realized there could be an opportunity to start a “law blog company.”

At the conclusion of my talk, law firm leaders came up and asked, “Can you help me

The Internet has been around for over twenty-five years as a business development tool for lawyers.

Early lawyers to the Internet built reputations and business, not with websites – they came later – but by networking through the Internet.

Networking meaning seeing where people gathered online, where they asked questions, where people exchanged information. The