Feedback on yesterday’s post seemed favorable, so we’re going to keep going with these updates for the time being.
Today we begin something new at LexMonitor.
After a prolonged battle with faulty feed refreshing (which was impacting LexMonitor on multiple fronts, from RSS feeds to individual blog pages) we’ve finally identified the likely culprit.
Submitted a blog for inclusion at LexMonitor over the weekend but still not seeing it appear on the site?
We received a few questions about certain operational aspects of LexMonitor in the comments section of our last Buzz post; you’ll find answers to those and more on how you can have your author profile created by our editorial staff after the jump.
The bloggers who drive LexMonitor have started filling out their author profiles (we’ve seen 11 claimed since the site’s launch on Friday), so now is as good a time as any to share some insights on where we plan on taking this feature.
If you’ve visited LexMonitor this weekend, there’s a good chance that you’re one of the almost 5,000 authors entered in our system who writes or contributes to a legal blog. Now that you’re here, we’re interested in hearing your feedback on how we’ve covered your blog so far.
It’s Friday, and so far I’ve been spending most of the morning reading through hundreds of law blog posts and tagging them with relevant keywords or phrases.
Today marks the first in what we’ve planned as a weekly series, aimed at updating our readers on any achievements their colleagues have made over the past week.
As you play around with this site in the coming weeks, take note of anything that catches your eye: features you like, features you don’t like, features that could be improved, etc. LexBlog has built LexMonitor as a resource for the legal community, and we want to ensure that it best serves the needs of the individuals using it. E-mail me with your questions or comments; any feedback you can provide would be extremely beneficial as we continue to iron out the kinks.