Monday Muse: Gathered for You
We know everyone, on occasion, could use a bit of blog post idea inspiration. Enter Monday Muse by LXBN Editor Zosha Millman: a new members-only series chock-full of topics ripe for law blog commentary and conversation. Learn more about the series and find the latest posts now.
November Blog of the Month: eSquire Global Crossings
Covering the complex and hyper-focused niche that is global and cross-border restructuring matters, this blog offers up content that's highly accessible. And it's part of SPB's excellent all-responsive blog network.
4 Effective Ways to Share Your Blog(s) on Your Website
As your firm's online presence grows and adapts to expectations of your readers (and potential clients and referral sources), we've noticed great ways to share blogs on firm websites to boost visibility. Read here.
Now's the Time to Start / Increase Facebook Sharing
Facebook recently hit 8 billion views per day, double the average views in April 2015. If you aren't already thinking about Facebook as part of your blogging strategy, it's time to start. Kevin O'Keefe's ideas on how and other thoughts here.
"Top 2015 Law Blogs" Webinar Replay Available
Yesterday, we shared the tactics behind our favorite eight law blogs from 2015, plus a shout out to one firm's solid blog network strategy. In case you missed the event, the replay and slides are now available.
Calling All Ideas: Share How We Can Improve the Platform
We're always looking to improve The LexBlog Platform in order that you are able to more easily manage your blog(s). If there's something we could do to make your life easier, share an idea with us! Or, vote on existing member ideas. Either way, thanks!
Now Trending on LXBN: Shared Company Funding Rules Established by SEC
Members respond to new rules released by the Securities and Exchange Commission which dictate how companies and individuals can utilize crowdfunding as a means of raising capital. Read the latest, curated legal commentary here.
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