An effective blog can help lawyers promote their practice, become more “findable” online and take charge of how they are perceived by clients, journalists and anyone who uses the Internet. In just one hour, readers will learn how to:
- Set up a blog quickly and easily;
- Write blog posts that will attract clients;
- Choose from various hosting options, like Blogger, TypePad and WordPress;
- Make a blog friendly to search engines, increasing ranking;
- Tweak the design of a blog by adding customized banners and colors;
- Easily send notice of blog posts to Facebook and Twitter;
- Monitor a blog’s traffic with Google Analytics and other tools; and
- Avoid ethics problems that may result from having a legal blog.
The author, Ernie Svenson, practiced commercial litigation for 26 years, first with a midsize New Orleans law firm, and then for six years as a solo practitioner. He’s now a full-time speaker on technology-related topics. He blogs athttp://www.ernietheattorney.net.
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Title: Blogging in One Hour for Lawyers
Publisher: ABA Law Practice Management Section
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