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  • #1 – How to Write A Great Law Blog

    We’re trying something new – a curated newsletter, sharing relevant, interesting content from around the Internet on specific legal practice management-related topics each week. The content won’t all necessarily be recent, but it will be good. This week we’re starting with How to Write a Great Law Blog.

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  • Law Blogging – When Other Lawyers Are Your Target Audience

    In a recent article, Andrew discussed writing a law blog for your audience. In it, he discusses that content should generally be written for the ideal client and that lawyers shouldn’t typically write for lawyers. However, there are some situations where that’s not the case. When you Should Write for Lawyers Let’s consider two situations where an attorney would wa ...

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  • Who is the Audience for Your Law Blog?

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  • 4 Reasons Lawyers Get Frustrated With SEO

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  • SEO For Lawyers Interview with Top SEO Expert Rand Fishkin

    Rand Fishkin is the founder and former CEO of MOZ. He’s basically the biggest authority on search engine optimization outside of Google. He wrote the Beginner’s Guide to Search Engine Optimization back in 2005, when most people still didn’t know what SEO was. With that intro, below is an interview where Rand discusses SEO tactics for lawyers with Jennifer Ellis o ...

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  • Your Non-Mobile Website is About to Get Seriously Penalized

    Note: No JurisPage websites are affected; they are all mobile-responsive. If you have a JurisPage-powered website, you may notice a nice web visibility bump as your non-mobile competitors take a hit in search rankings and you get some of their traffic. Everything you Need to Know About Google’s Latest Algorithm Update and How to Prepare The day of rec ...

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  • How to Avoid Having A Long Website URL on Your Business Card

    On your business card you probably have the basic contact information – your name, phone, email address, etc. Maybe you even have your fax number. You likely also have your law firm’s website address. Unfortunately, some law firms didn’t win the domain name lottery. Website URLs can be extremely long.

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  • Reasons (Not) To Feature A Badge On Your Law Firm Website

    The other day I came across an article about 5 Reasons Why Attorneys Should Use Super Lawyers Badges. Naturally, the blog post was published by Super Lawyers to entice lawyers to include these badges on their websites, email signatures, and social media accounts. I’ve written previously about my disdain for featuring badges that link to third-party websites.

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  • Popular Website Hosting Platforms Hacked

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  • LawGeex – An App that Analyzes Legal Documents

    What if a computer could analyze your residential lease, NDA, or other legal document, translate it from legalese into plain English, and advise you on whether you may want to sign it? Don’t wonder too long, because it exists now and it’s called LawGeex. LawGeex is a contract-reviewing app that analyzes your uploaded agreement and lets you know what provisions it ...

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  • LegalTech 2015 New York City: Best Swag Edition

    Last week we visited LegalTech New York, an event with CLEs, panels, and an exhibition showing off companies in the legal technology space. What this boils down to: 200 eDiscovery companies, 100 cloud document management companies, and 50 companies that fall into the category of “other”.

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  • How Your Law Firm Website is Leaking Traffic (And How to Fix It)

    “See our Twitter feed.” “Check out our Avvo rating.” “Look us up on SuperLawyer,” Many law firm websites integrate social network feeds like Twitter and Facebook. I have seen plenty of law firm websites that show a scrolling “tweet wall”. Lawyers that include social feeds usually do not think of why they are including them and what goals they serve.

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  • Why Your Site Must Be Mobile in 2015: Google’s Getting Serious

    We’ve written before about how one of Google’s many search engine ranking factors is whether your website is mobile-responsive. Now, instead of merely doling out penalties in the form of burying your website in search results for particular keywords, Google is getting more actively involved now, especially in search from mobile devices.

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  • ScheduleOnce – Effortlessly Set Meetings and Appointments

    We’ve saved the best for last. Closing out the week of productivity tools is my personal favorite. This tool comes courtesy of Aaron Pinch at Clio, who introduced it to me earlier this year. He deserves all the credit on this once. Do you hate having to schedule appointments? Does your email chain look something like this? Hey, Let’s set an appointment.

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