Warning: this just might be an attempt to campaign shamelessly for two of our fabulous blogs, which have been honored by the ABA Journal as part of its annual Blawg 100, and which at the last check, were both in the hunt for the top spot in their categories, Legal Tech (Technologist) and For Fun (Legally Weird).
Voting continues through Friday, December 20, so if you’ve got a moment, we’d truly appreciate your stamp of approval.
What it Means to Us
The Blawg 100 is like the Grammys of the law blog world, so in a word, this is huge for us. We’ve supported our clients, emphasized certain types of content, hired skilled and talented writers, and above all, had as much fun as possible writing our posts.
We think we’re constantly improving, and our readers apparently do as well, as nominations come from readers’ submission to the ABA. And though this is our first time on the ABA’s Blawg 100 list, we hope it is not the last.
What it Means to Our Customers
Well, for one, our continued emphasis on covering relevant topics in a fun and approachable manner on our Technologist Blog should help our attorney clients who have a need to keep up with the latest in legal technology.
And Legally Weird, as our “what the heck” repository, keeps consumers coming back to our site regularly.
For both, more traffic and more prominence is good for us, and great for you, especially when consumer traffic to blogs helps those users find the resources they need, like the lawyers featured in our Attorney Directory.
And, of course, one of our many services that we provide as part of our Lawyer Marketing suite of solutions is help with your own blog. Recognition of our blogs is just another way you can be confident that we practice what we preach, and that our skilled staff can help you with your online marketing, especially if you plan on doing a little blawging yourself.
— Kevin Ahlvin, Director, Business Marketing
with William Peacock, FindLaw Audience Team