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On behalf of our team to the entire legal blogging community, have a safe and merry holiday season! Pictured (from left to right) back row: Scott Fennell, Kevin O’Keefe, John McCallum, Christopher Rachal, Jared Sulzdorf, Joshua Lynch, Mark Clagett, Garry Vander Voort, Wendy Nickolay, Audrea Fink Pictured (from left to right) front row: Colin O’Keefe, Margaret Kuo, Zosha Millman, Kristina Corbitt, Angelo
If you’re looking ahead to 2016, LexBlog’s next members-only webinar is just for you! About “2016 Predictions” Webinar The end of the year offers all driven legal blog publishers the opportunity to reflect and plan in order to achieve greatness in 2016. December 16, let us (Audrea Fink and Kristina Corbitt) help you discover early adopter opportunities. We’ll share our predictions for what will trend – our thoughts on which blogging and other…
Next week, we’re treating members to another exclusive webinar. As 2015 nears a close, we tackle the “best of” – blogs that topped our list as well as the tactics you should try! About “Best Law Blog Publications of 2015” Webinar In this 30-minute webinar, Colin O’Keefe, Zosha Millman, and I recognize the top publications from 2015 and share exactly what tactics these publications utilized so you can adjust your own blogging approach for 2016. We recommend this…
If you’re a member of the LexBlog network, you’re invited to join us for this month’s law “blogging done right” webinar on what makes the “perfect” blog post. About “The Anatomy of a Perfect Blog Post” Webinar In this 30-minute webinar, join Audrea Fink, Christopher Rachal, and I as we break down the “perfect” blog post from head to toe. We’ll cover what you should include in most posts and how to make each element…
Revisiting Legal Blogging Basics: A Best Practices Refresher Thinking back to when you first started your blog, what do you remember most? Was it the feeling you got after completing your first draft post? The delight you felt seeing a design you loved? Something else? Chances are you remember a few things from your early blogging days. We want to make sure you remember the important best practice tactics, too. Join us for our next…
Registration is now open for LexBlog’s upcoming free webinar on law firm online technology. Join us to learn what you must do (or not do) to be perceived as a credible, with-the-times firm with minimal cyber risk. About the Event If you’ve ever worked with a law firm partner who responded to your email with a handwritten note circulated via intra-office mail, you know law firms can be some of the last to fully understand…
5 Ways to Repurpose Content for New Blog Posts We’ve all had those days. Time is crunched and writing a new blog post is the last thing on your mind. If this has ever happened to you, join us for our next 30-minute member webinar. I will walk through five ways to repurpose other content for your blog to save you time and stress. These five approaches are great to have in your legal blog publishing…
Beyond Facebook, Twitter & LinkedIn: Other Social Platforms to Consider as a Legal Blog Publisher The “big three” in social media today – Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn – often take up all of our focus. But other platforms out there today could be right for your online strategy. In this 30-minute webinar, Sarah Fischer and Catherine Sherwood will provide insights into social platforms less used by lawyers today, such as Instagram and Quora. You’ll learn…
You’re Using Google Analytics Wrong: The 3 Things to Look at for Better Blogging Blog analytics data can provide meaningful insights for every seasoned blogger. You just need to know where to look (but most don’t!). In 30 minutes, Colin O’Keefe and I will uncover the three top blog analytics data to consider from a strategic editorial perspective. These data will help you make informed adjustments to your content, approach, and overall business development and…
Today, we decided to mix things up at LexBlog and host our first-ever AMA event in our Support Center community. The event was an overwhelming success – a fast-paced hour of back and forth Q&A between us and members of the LexBlog Network. AMA stands for “Ask Me Anything.” The acronym took hold thanks to Reddit hosting a number of AMA events as well as (very similar) “I Am A” events (often with celebrities…