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2008.07.07

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Grant D Griffiths

We have been doing just this for our clients. Works great.

Enrico S

Grant: I was just checking out your website. I had no idea you were working to bring other lawyers into the blogosphere. Congratulations. I have to say that integrating a blog into a website seems like such a simple little thing. However, the nuance can result in incredible gains. Instead of being an expert who has a personal weblog, you become a thought leader sharing your expertise within the context of your law firm's primary marketing tool, the law firm website. Taking a blog from a "journal" format to a more formalized publication format has been revolutionary for us in terms of client generation.

Keep up the great work and we'll see you around the blogosphere.

Jeffrey C. Neu

We have been doing this since about last October. Much more formal I think than your sites, and not nearly as robust, but it works so far.

Enrico S.

Jeffrey: Great web site. Very impressive. Isn't it interesting that the smaller niche firms offer much more on the web than many large firms and most medium sized firms?

Jeffrey C. Neu

Yes, I always find that odd, because generally speaking small firms can't compete resource wise. I've been a big follower of your firm/blog though, (started with your blog and now with your firm) and kudos to you as you are on a very solid path (as you well know).

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