Your Feedback Needed
As a member, you’re part of the world’s largest legal blogging network. This year, we’re adjusting our products and services to better suit your needs as an online publisher. No matter what your role, please take a moment to let us know what you value most in this short member survey. Thank you!
January Blog of the Month: Workplace Privacy...Report
One niche is good—combining two is better. Joseph Lazzarotti, Jason Gavejian, Amy Worley and the rest of the Jackson Lewis team do an exceptional job covering the intersection of privacy and employment law.
State of the LexBlog Address: Upcoming Webinar
Learn what’s on the LexBlog product roadmap and vision for the future in our first-ever “State of the LexBlog” address. CEO and Founder Kevin O’Keefe will be joined by CTO Joshua Lynch to look ahead and answer your questions. Register here.
Something to Try in the New Year: Video
Publishers, take notice: companies are investing more in online video than ever before. In fact, 79% of media companies plan to invest more in online video this year. Read more about the study and Kevin O’Keefe’s insight here.
New Year, New You, New #BlogGoals
46% of Americans stick to their New Year’s resolutions beyond the six-month mark. If improving your blog is on the list, get inspired by Success Manager Margaret Kuo’s latest Please Advise post. We look forward to helping you stick to it!
Calling All Ideas: Share How We Can Improve the Platform
Our member survey is just one way we’re capturing your feedback to improve LexBlog. Year-round, you can help by sharing an idea with us here in Support Center or voting on an existing member idea.
Now Trending on LXBN: Native Advertising & the FTC
Members respond to the new guidelines issued by the FTC regarding native advertising, an online tactic in which the advertiser tries to gain exposure by providing content within the context of the user’s experience. Read the latest curated legal commentary here.
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