WordPress Plugins to Extend the Functionality of Your Website or Blog
Use WordPress plugins to clean up and back up your website.
How Wacky Are Mandatory Continuing Legal Education Rules?
Continuing Legal Education rules and regulations can be burdensome, onerous and downright wacky.
Blogging is a Marathon, Not a Sprint
Blogging tips for a consistent and efficient experience over the long haul.
Twitter Analytics for Lawyers
Get insight into your Twitter engagement, use, and growth with free analytics tools.
Ditch PowerPoint For Google Presentations
With new and enhanced features, the free Google presentations effectively replaces Microsoft's PowerPoint
12 WordPress Plugins to Supercharge Your Blog
Awesome plugins to help you customize and extend the functionality of your WordPress blog.
How to Find Free Images For Blog Posts
A picture is worth a thousand words. There's an emotional reaction to images in blog posts. But the cost can add up. Here are a few free resources.
7 Essential Apps for Busy Legal Professionals
Applications that aid in our productivity have become increasingly important in this fast changing environment. Here are a few essential apps.
Turn Law Firm Newsletters Into Blog Posts
A law firm newsletter on existing practice areas can be quickly converted into a blog for quick content with wide reach.
Can Lawyers Earn Continuing Legal Education Credit by Blogging?
Lawyers can generally earn Continuing Legal Education credits for published articles. It's time to consider substantive blog posts for accreditation.
Continuing Legal Education That Makes Sense
A CLE system where lawyers create their own learning plan with no minimum requirements.
CLE Accreditation Denied: Top 10 Reasons Why
Top 10 reason why your continuing legal education program may be denied CLE accreditation
Anatomy of a Twitter Conversation
Twitter is great for breaking news and following personalities, but to get the full experience you need to engage. Join the conversation.
Should Lawyers Quit Blogging for Facebook Only?
Develop a Facebook Page, engage, create community, but only as an outlet to your primary source. Own your content. Keep blogging.