“I should be writing.” Every writer, blogger, or idealist has thought this at least once… a week. Ok let’s be serious, I may have thought this more days than not. But the sentence does more harm than good and can actually kill my ambition to write. And let’s be clear, I am a writer. I […]
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Month: July 2014
Is your blog disposable? Are you using each post once and then throwing it on the garbage file? What if there was a way to recycle your content and make it work harder for you? “Reduce” Your Effort You’ve put hard work into crafting a quality blog post about an interesting topic. Share it with […]
U.S. District Judge Richard Kopf made headlines this week with his blog – but not in a good way. The federal judge told the Supreme Court to “stfu,” complete with link. The blog was personal, rather than business-related, but that didn’t keep the comment from affecting the Judge’s reputation. The judge was blogging on the recent […]
Just when you think you’ve gotten Google‘s social media strategy down, they’ve changed it again. The new “Google My Business” links together your Google+, Google Maps, and Google Local accounts into a one-stop access hub for clients. But only if you set it up correctly.
TL;DR: Lawyers like to use lots of words when a few are enough. It can make their blogs long and boring for readers. Have you ever seen a comment “TL;DR” or “TLDR” on your blog? If so, you probably are one of the many lawyers who write too much. TL;DR is an Internet meme that […]