Why LexBlog?

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About Us

At LexBlog, we empower lawyers to build a name for themselves and expand their legal practice. We offer the most comprehensive blog publishing platform designed for law firms of all sizes, ongoing education and resources, syndication to the largest legal blog network and customer-centric support.

Why LexBlog?

Who We Are

At LexBlog, we know lawyers—and understand how to help them succeed—because we were founded by one. In 2003, Kevin O’Keefe left behind his successful trial law practice to help lawyers use the Internet to connect with people in a real and authentic fashion. Regarded as the “Benjamin Franklin of law blogs,” O’Keefe is known as a thought-leader in social media and blogging. Together with his team in Seattle, WA, LexBlog provides the most comprehensive blog publishing software made just for lawyers.

Built for Lawyers

LexBlog tackles the issues lawyers struggle most with: developing and maintaining a first-class reputation, optimizing business development, proving your expertise and keeping up with the demands of ever-changing technology.

LexBlog powers blogs for more than 15,000 legal bloggers and over half of the nearly 1,000 blogs produced by the United States’ top 200 law firms. Here’s what they are saying:

LexBlog Gets You Referred by Your Peers

I’ve worked with LexBlog for almost 10 years. I have come to them each and every time I needed help with developing a blog—I know that I can partner with them. They get and understand it.

Jacqueline Madarang

Senior Marketing Technology Manager, Bradley

If you look at the value of business generation from clients whose initial contact came from the blog—including repeat business—that number is in the high seven figures. LexBlog has given me a lot of opportunity for business I wouldn’t have otherwise had.

R. David Donoghue

Patent Trial Attorney and Partner, Holland & Knight

Pointing potential clients toward a blog where there’s an inventory of thought leadership and areas you know about and have written about is extremely valuable and can’t be replicated.

Matthew R. Howsare

Attorney, Mintz Levin

Why Blog?

Stay Ahead of the Competition

Today many lawyers are realizing the benefits of blogging. One hundred and sixty-two firms, or 81 percent of the 2014 Am Law 200 are using blogs as part of their marketing efforts (via Am Law 200 Blog Benchmark Report). Regardless of the size of your firm, you’re competing against attorneys who are already sharing their expertise online to make themselves more marketable to clients. The best way you can stay marketable, too, is to start blogging yourself.

Blog and Stay Ahead of the Competition with LexBLog
Get Referred by Your Peers with LexBlog

Get Referred by Your Peers

Regularly sharing helpful content on your blog reminds your existing contacts of your knowledge, plus helps you expand your network of people who can vouch for your expertise. Think of the last name you gave as a referral—it was probably the first or second person who came to mind rather than someone you had to dig through your contacts to find. By showing up in your peers’ news feeds, sharing their content on your blog and impressing them with your expertise, you ensure that you’ll stay top-of-mind for referrals.

Show Up in Searches

In order for clients to find you or understand your practice, you need to show up in online searches. And the more you blog well, the higher you’ll rank in searches.

Blog and Show Up in Searches with LexBlog
Blog and Amplify Your Voice with LexBlog

Amplify Your Voice

Think of the hours you spend making first impressions with both clients and other lawyers. Now imagine the time you save by writing one blog post that conveys your unique expertise and personality to your entire network and beyond. In this way, a blog post works like compound interest for your time, and the more you write the greater your payoff. Plus with LexBlog’s social share buttons, your followers can easily share your content with their followers, growing your network of referral sources and potential clients.

You're an Expert

No one knows better about your area of expertise than you do. It’s a commitment to start a blog, but really, the only content your blog needs is what you already know and share in your practice—LexBlog takes care of the rest. You have a unique area of expertise and a unique take on it; this is knowledge others can’t fake and will help clients discover and connect with you.

You’re an Expert with LexBlog


My firm already has a website. Why blog, too?

Typical brochure-style law firm websites are quickly outdated, static, neutral and passive. The blogs we offer are timely, dynamic, personal and interactive—an agile practice development tool that focuses directly on your target audience and can evolve as fast as legal opinion does. And recently published content is more likely to rank in searches than a static webpage or a newsletter, a crucial step for getting discovered by today’s internet savvy consumers.

Is blogging time consuming?

It depends on if you blog smart. Setting up domains, building a well-designed site, optimizing your site’s searchability—these are time consuming tasks, especially if you want them achieved with professional caliber. Unlike many of our competitors, at LexBlog we take care of all of these technical and design details because we believe your time is better spent doing what you do best: practicing law.

With LexBlog handling the technical aspects, you can focus on writing blog posts. This will take some time as you’re starting out, but really your posts are just a repackaging of what you already know and share in other areas of your practice. In fact, the best posts have a casual tone and aren’t longer than a few short paragraphs.

Are certain law firms and practices better suited for blogging?

Blogs benefit all sizes and types of law firms and practices:

  • Am Law 200 firms using branded blogs are supporting cross selling and collaboration across multiple practice areas and offices.
  • Attorneys at mid-size firms use blogs to distinguish their practices and themselves in competitive markets.
  • Small firms and solo attorneys use blogs to magnify their influence and presence in far greater proportion to their sizes and budgets.

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