Can my blog exist on my website URL, like at http://www.firmwebsite.com/blog/?

No, in order for your blog to be published in a directory of your firm website, the software must be running on your firm website's servers. LexBlog runs a fully managed publishing platform on its servers and doesn't support the platform on outside servers. Here are 10 reasons we wouldn't recommend running your blog in a subdirectory anyway.

It is technically possible to run your blog on a subdomain of your firm website (for example, blog.firmwebsite.com), but it's not recommended. Our CEO Kevin O'Keefe's blog, Real Lawyers Have Blogs, runs on a subdomain, kevin.lexblog.com, because that was a sound approach when it was launched in 2003. But Kevin recommends blogs run on their own top-level domain and shared some examples of why it's so effective.

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