As I am out this week, traveling across Montana for a bit of an end-of-summer vacation, the Top 10 in Law Blogs will be on a short hiatus. We will return to our regularly scheduled programming on Tuesday, September 2nd. In the meantime, LXBN will still be running so be sure to swing over there to get a look at the best of the LexBlog Network.
As a lawyer you struggle to find the time to blog. Ironically, you’re creating blog posts throughout a typical work day. They’re in your email outbox.
The door is wide open for lawyers to become the best blogger in their niche — or at a minimum to become one of the best. Getting there doesn’t require journalistic writing, proper grammar, or loads of content.
Slick marketeers, snake-oil salesmen, racketeers, office assistants… Some lawyers believe marketing is not a valid profession or discipline. That’s B.S.
Comments on law blogs have moved from blog sites to social media – and it’s a big plus for law bloggers.
I regularly hear from lawyers that blogging takes too much time. Many just lack the passion, but for others they’re not taking advantage of blogging practices that can save a lot of time.
Twitter is now adding content it thinks you would like to see into your home timeline. Despite many people crying foul, I think this move may be a positive one for all Twitter users, new ones and veterans.
Rather than lawyers and law firms producing video coverage of themselves, YouTube represents an opportunity for lawyers to be included in independent video coverage conducted and produced by third parties.
It’s summer and no one likes to think about stress on a Monday morning, but I’m here to talk about happy stress. In your week coming up, your task is to evaluate your stress and where it’s coming from.