A robust company website often requires a lot of content. Many professionals, lawyers especially, fill these pages with tidbits of industry knowledge, updates, and answers to frequently asked questions. But how do you balance blogs, FAQs, and sub-pages? And how do you know where the piece you just wrote belongs?
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Month: May 2017
If you are an avid reader, you know that many novelists use foreshadowing to build suspense and keep you turning pages. But you’re a blogger, not a novelist, so you don’t need those literary tricks, do you? Can foreshadowing really do anything to help your blog?
If you are a follower of this site, you know that a clear focus is an important part of writing a successful blog. But that can be challenging when your firm handles a little bit of everything. Here are some blogging tips for general practitioners.
Recently a business development expert on a popular attorney blog came to the realization that writing can actually generate revenue. But writing for business development is not a new idea. It’s all about where you post, and who you are writing for.
“A picture is worth a thousand words.” So what are the featured images you choose saying about your content? How can you choose the right picture for your blog post?