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Legal Content – Return on Investment

Source: Wikimedia Commons and Coolcaesar The Use of Blog Posts to Stay Relevant In this day and age, practicing law without a website is almost unheard of.   While some lawyers create their own websites, many others turn this responsibility over to someone else.  This makes perfect sense, of course.  Most lawyers aren’t foolish enough to… Continue reading Legal Content – Return on Investment

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What Is a Facebook Bundle and Why Would I Want One?

What is a Facebook Bundle? A Facebook bundle is a series of Facebook posts that you can purchase to enhance your visibility.  The posts are relevant to you and your business.  Because we write them with your specific business goals, they are unique and specific to you and your business.  Once you receive the bundle,… Continue reading What Is a Facebook Bundle and Why Would I Want One?

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Top Six Reasons to Hire LegalBloggers.net

Source: Wikimedia Commens and Visual Content  https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Legal_Gavel_(27571702173).jpg 1.  We Are Professional Writers The writers at LegalBlogger.net have experience writing posts for blogs, Facebook and other social media.  We have a number of clients that rely on us for regular legal content.  The writers at LegalBlogger.net are professional and reliable.  We meet or exceed deadlines.  Finally,… Continue reading Top Six Reasons to Hire LegalBloggers.net

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How can a newsletter help my business?

Legal Updates Sending a newsletter periodically can keep your clients informed as to the current state of the law. Whether you are informing your business clients about the latest change in labor regulations or updating your clients on the change in the fee amount regarding drivers’ license reinstatement, a newsletter is a quick and easy way to keep… Continue reading How can a newsletter help my business?

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500 words? 1000 words? Which is better?

Where reasonable people do agree, however, is the fact that blog posts should be informative.  Both a 500 and 1000 word blog post can provide information to the consumer.  As such, the decision about the length of the post is best left to the personal preferences of the customer. Rather than ask, “Which is better,… Continue reading 500 words? 1000 words? Which is better?