Despite Apple’s effort to strengthen the iPad line by building a dedicated iPadOS operating system, sales have slumped. For the last three months and over the full year, Mac
On my blog, Real Lawyers Have Blogs, now in its 15th year, I share information, news and insight to help legal professionals looking to network online, whether it be via blogging or other social media.
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Legal publishing versus marketing, and content marketing in particular.
There just seems to be a difference between the two.
Some folks will say that publishing is part of legal marketing and business development.
I guess it could be, but I…
On this Veterans Day, law schools across the country, via Twitter account and other social media, thanked veterans for their service.
Other schools hosted events honoring their veteran alums, students, professors and staff.
What stuck out even more, as I…
University of Pacific McGeorge School of Law was named number two among twenty technology leading law schools by preLaw Magazine in its Fall edition.
It was LexBlog’s honor to play a role in this recognition of McGeorge.
McGeorge was the…
Seventy percent of in-house counsel see blogs as a valuable source of content in 2022, up from 57% in 2019. A twenty-three percent increase.
In addition, blogs are strikingly not that far behind a recommendation from a trusted source as a…
LexBlog’s new Syndication Portal solution could possibly serve as the foundation for a law school library archive.
Talking to law librarians about our portal technology, I receive more ideas on how our portal product can be used.
One could be…
The bounce rate on your legal blog is generally not worth measuring nor worth trying to improve.
Bounce rate is an Internet marketing/SEO term used in web traffic analysis, often looked at by law firms and legal marketing professionals in measuring the success…
I’ll be at Indiana University University Maurer School of Law in Bloomington for a couple days this week.
If you’re at Maurer or IU, in general, and would like meet up, just holler – firstname.lastname@example.org or text 206-321-3627. I noticed…