Monday, December 17, 2007

Rule of Law Blog Mentioned in Bar Talk

I am pleased by the nice mention of this blog in the December, 2007, Canadian Bar Association, British Columbia Branch quarterly publication Bar Talk.

In her article "On the Web - Online Marketing: Blawgs Part 1," Patricia Jordon discusses law blogs, and some of the most popular types of blogging software. She introduces the topic of law blogs as follows:

A blawg is a blog that focuses on commentary about the law. A blawg can get you noticed, drive traffic to your website and improve your search engine ranking. Savvy law firms use blog technology to promote services to potential clients, and post information in real time from anywhere in the world. You do not need to be a techie or spend vast sums of cash to build a great looking blawg. Blog publishing software is easy to use, free or relatively inexpensive.

The author then quotes me. But, I feel funny quoting someone quoting me. Its like looking in a mirror in a house of mirrors. So, if you're interested, you can read her article here.

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