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Do Real Lawyers Have Blogs?

Are you a lawyer in desperate need of a soap box? Not sure what a weblog is or what it can do for you, but still intrigued with the idea?

Then join a political party or start blogging, and the first place you can start looking is Lex Blog.

“Lawyer blogs offer you marketing at its finest. They are more tasteful and less expensive than other lawyer advertising. Blogs are far superior to law firm Web sites in search engine rankings. Best of all your law blog enhances your reputation as a trusted and reliable authority in your area of the law.”

Hmmm. That last sentence is a bit of a stretch don’t you think ;-) ?

Written August 14th, 2004 by | 16 Comments | Filed under: Miscellaneous Blog Tips

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  1. I’m a lawyer with a blog, and I don’t think that last sentence is a stretch at all. If you write worthwhile content and that content is linked to and sited by others, your credibility is bound to be enhanced.

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    Reply by: Blog Bloke at 2:10 pm said...

    I had my tongue in my cheek when I said that ;-)

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  2. this is quite cheap and more useful comparatively to other lawyer.

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    Reply by: Blog Bloke at 4:25 pm said...

    Although they can’t give legal advice online, the general information that they provide can be informative.

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  3. I think anyone and everyone can have a blog. It is not for certain people only. If a lawyer wants one they can make one. My favorite lawyer blog is Bob Oblaws Law Blog.

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  4. Excellent post, I wish I’d have found your blog earlier!

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  5. LOL, nice share really and I think any one can blog

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  6. As for the last sentence: “Best of all your law blog enhances your reputation as a trusted and reliable authority in your area of the law.” I think this can only happen if you are truly trusted and reliable as I wouldn’t expect any dodgy lawyers to gain anything but bad publicity from creating a blog!

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    Reply by: BLOGBloke at 10:23 am said...

    @Olliers Solicitors Manchester, hi there and thanks for dropping by. I respectfully can’t agree with your comment. Although I would agree that anybody can set up a dodgy website (online billboard) and make any statement they want, a blog is something different. By writing intelligent posts you have an opportunity to demonstrate to your readers/clients your expertise in the law. And that is good publicity any way you look at it.

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    Reply by: Olliers Solicitors Manchester at 8:14 pm said...

    @BLOGBloke, I don’t believe a dodgy lawyer would know enough about the law to write intelligent and informative posts that would help people; after all they’re not interesting in anybody but themselves. If their posts contained inaccurate information, I believe they would get bad publicity for it. What do you think?

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  7. I don’t believe a dodgy lawyer would know enough about the law to write intelligent and informative posts that would help people; after all they’re not interested in anybody but themselves. If their posts contained inaccurate information, I believe they would get bad publicity for it. What do you think?

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  8. As per my views, It is very important to have own blog based on any profession!

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  9. I love a good blogger read. Unfortunately not enough in the legal arena. I suppose to separate the professional from the personal is a bit harder.

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    Reply by: Blog Bloke at 10:02 am said...

    When you are a busy professional it is hard to find the time to blog and work.

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