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Did you buy a new iPad last weekend? That new Retina display makes your apps look better than ever, especially if they are largely text-based. An iPad was already an avid blogger’s best friend, and the new improvements make it … Continue reading →Did you buy a new iPad last...
Colin O’Keefe, LexBlog’s Editorial Manager, recently shared an article from the Search Engine Roundtable, Cutts: Google To Target Overly SEO’ed Sites Within Weeks with our Client Services team. Barry Schwartz (@rustybrick) reported on comments Matt Cutts made at the recent …...
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In looking over all the content produced on the LexBlog Network on a daily basis, it’s easy to see that blog posts authored by multiple attorneys are big. Really big. Especially from the large law firms. In limited cases, as … Continue reading →In looking over all the content...
Google+ (also called “Google Plus” or “G+”), Google’s social network, launched in June 2011 and became available for public use in September 2011. Since that time, it’s grown to about 90 million users. While this is still nowhere near the … Continue reading...
Here at LexBlog we are big believers in the power of blogging. In Client Services, we spend the majority of our time helping our clients maximize their blogs as a practice development tool. Because I hear them so often, I … Continue reading →Here at LexBlog we are big believers in the...
As we’ve written before, guest posts are a fabulous way to freshen up your blog. Guest authors bring in another voice and perspective, and promote their content — your content — through their own networks. Typically, you will invite guest … Continue reading →As...
Those of you on our network on the WordPress platform will see a few changes when you next sign into the back-end of your blog. Aside from ironing out some of the previous version’s kinks, and getting a somewhat new … Continue reading → Those of you on our network on the WordPress...
To all of our bloggers on the WordPress platform, we upgraded your blog(s) to the latest version (3.3.1) this evening. If you notice that any of your plugins are not working, please wait overnight and then check back in the … Continue reading →To all of our bloggers on the WordPress...
Last Thursday, us here at LexBlog had the privilege of a visit by China Law Blog‘s Dan Harris, one of the most successful bloggers on the LexBlog network. Dan is one of our oldest bloggers as well, and has been on the … Continue reading →Dan Harris (right) and LexBlog CEO Kevin...