There was a time when everyone knew, and agreed, a law blog was an independent publication that did not belong inside a law firm’s website. It was common sense.
Today, many misguided law firms are placing law blogs inside a website under a news/publications/resources section, just as they began publishing articles, information, and press releases…Continue Reading 20 Reasons a Law Blog Belongs Outside a Website
Start by following and listening
If Twitter is new to you, it is much easier to listen than to open your mouth. Look for people you know and trust who are using Twitter. Follow them. This may include lawyers from coast to coast, reporters, authors, and leaders in your local community. Do a Google search on best people to follow on “X” subject. Look at who Twitter suggests you may…Continue Reading The very basics of using Twitter as a lawyer
Images can be a great addition to a blog post—they provide that extra pop and context. There are two places to use them in a blog post, either as a featured image or in the body of text.…Continue Reading How do you use images in your blog posts?
A news aggregator enables you to follow relevant sources (blogs and mainstream media) as well as keywords and key phrases relevant to your work. It brings the news to you vs. having to go out to individual outlets to get it.
Why should you use it?
News aggregators make your…Continue Reading What are news aggregators? How do I use them as a law blogger?