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The Dos and Don’ts of Blogging with a Purpose

by Blattel Communications on

Think of blogs as TV shows. Viewers intentionally decide to watch programs like The Big Bang Theory or Brooklyn 99. What they rarely do is say, “I’m just going to watch whatever is on CBS or FOX.” There are just too many...more

Is Your Social Media Influencer or Blogger an Employee or an Independent Contractor? What Companies Need To Know Before They...

by Reed Smith on

With the first quarter of 2015 behind us, many companies are already deeply engaged in social media campaigns. Many of these campaigns include the engagement of professional bloggers or other persons with social media...more

Bloggers: Let Your Content and Your Readers Breathe

by Nancy Myrland on

EVERYONE IS BECOMING A PUBLISHER - We don’t have much time to grab our readers’ attention these days. They have so much on their plates, and more messages are being thrown their direction than at any time in history....more

And That’s All She Wrote (Why I write)

She gazed thoughtfully out the window. “That’s the problem. I don’t know,” she said. “So I guess I’ll have to keep blogging about employment law topics, with special emphasis on the Americans with Disabilities Act, sexual...more

JDB 056: How to Get More People to Read Your Blog – Interview with JDSupra Founder Adrian Lurssen

by JD Blogger LLC on

Writing great articles for your blog or producing a great video for your law firm website is simply the first step in creating a strong online presence. Next you have to get your content in front of the right eyeballs if you...more

What in the World am I going to Write About? How to Come up with Blogging Topics

by JD Blogger LLC on

I wrote my first blog post on my bankruptcy blog on December 9, 2009. Since then I have written 357 articles on bankruptcy (and counting). I am going to share a little secret with you (come in close)....more

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