What to Write When You Don’t Have Time to Write

We all have days (weeks? months?) when it seems like there is no way we’re going to get to everything on the to-do list. As the tasks pile up and the time ticks down, it can be easy to start looking for things to cut. Don’t let your blog be one of them. Here are some tips on what to write when you don’t have time to write.

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Can Your Blog Support a Video Ad Campaign?

Launching a video ad campaign can be a big deal. From approving the script, to scheduling the videographer, to actually appearing in front of the camera yourself, a successful video ad campaign can take time and effort to do right. But are you skipping a step? Can your blog support a video ad campaign and make your dollar go even further?

Make the Most of Your
Video Ads with These
Blogging Tips

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Time to Plan Your 2019 Content Strategy

2018 is ticking down to its final days and the holidays are right around the corner. Now is the perfect time to plan your 2019 content strategy, so you can hit the ground running in the new year.





Plan your 
2019 Content Strategy
Without Getting overwhelmed.

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5 Ways to Banish Legalese From Your Blog

Writing Blogs for
Readers,
Not Lawyers

Lawyers are taught to write a certain way. We spend three years and over $100,000 learning how to speak the secret language of legalese. But then, when it’s time to write for the general public, we forget that they don’t know the language. That makes us seem elite, aloof, and let’s face it, down right rude. Here are 5 ways to banish legalese from your blog.

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Top 4 Parts of Any Legal Brief: Part 4 – The Exhibits

Writing high quality legal briefs is a crucial part of any litigator’s trade. Whether you have support staff doing your research and typing, or are a solo attorney doing everything yourself, you need to know how to make your legal brief work for your client. In this final portion of a 4-part blog series, we’ll discuss the importance of supporting your argument with exhibits.

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