How Can We Help You?

Everyone needs a little help sometimes. Whether it’s resources to help you be a better blogger or technical help—choose what you need below to get started. Or, if you just need to chat with someone—give us a call 800.913.0988.

Blogging Skills (Best Practices)

We at LexBlog are here to empower you to blog better. We currently publish several online resources packed with tips and “how-to” advice for lawyers at all skill levels from “just starting my first blog” through “I am an advanced, proficient online legal blog publisher.”

All LexBlog resources and best practice materials can be accessed via your online community, Reach. This private community (at community.lexblog.com) is restricted to our clients through blog log-in information.

For additional details on how to access and use Reach, see/download our Reach User Guide [PDF].

Your account manager can also provide additional support to help you access Reach. Get routed to him/her at 800-913-0988 or support@lexblog.com.


Billing & Account Support

For questions regarding your specific invoice, payment, or billing status, or if you would like to make a change to your account (e.g. a new credit card number), please contact our finance team at accounts@lexblog.com.

If you are a LexBlog client, specific information regarding accounts and billing procedures and policies can be found in the LexBlog client-only community, Reach, accessible through your blog log-in.

For additional details on how to access and use Reach, see/download our Reach User Guide [PDF].

Your account manager can also provide additional support to help you access Reach. Get routed to him/her at 800-913-0988 or support@lexblog.com.


Platform & Tool How-To’s

Our Primary Blogging Platform

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If your platform resembles the above, your blog is configured and powered by our enterprise, updated, primary blogging platform.

We are here to help you learn and master your blog’s administrative area (back-end) so you can showcase your content professionally on your site. Training documents and videos to help you utilize the platform are available in Reach, your online LexBlog client community.

For additional details on how to access and use Reach, see/download our Reach User Guide [PDF].

Your account manager can also provide additional support to help you access Reach. Get routed to him/her at 800-913-0988 or support@lexblog.com.

Our Legacy Blogging Platforms

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For help with these legacy platforms, please contact your account manager at 800-913-0988 or by email support@lexblog.com as we are no longer publishing specific information about Movable Type. Your account manager can walk you through performing any actions on your site, assist with requests and share updated information about our newer platform.

Social Media Tools

If you are looking for non-blog social media tool information (e.g. how do I set up my Google + profile?) please utilize the resources available in Reach, your online LexBlog client community.


Need More Help?

Your account manager can also provide additional support to help you access Reach, your online LexBlog client community with best practice and troubleshooting information. Contact him/her at 800-913-0988 or support@lexblog.com.


Technical Help

LexBlog works 24/7 to maintain platform accessibility and uptime for you and your blog visitors. We also maintain an online community-based knowledge center available to you 24/7 via your blog log-in.

For specific status information and to subscribe by email to changes, visit our status page.

For any and all technical issues related to your blog, we encourage you visit Reach, your LexBlog client community, to see if an existing resource applies to your situation or if there is a technical announcement from LexBlog applicable to your issue.

You may also fill out the form below for assistance. This information will be routed to your account manager, also available by phone (800-913-0988) or email (support@lexblog.com).

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