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Law Blogging for Fun and Profit: Building Your Audience, Building Your Practice

Law blogs have recently taken hold as a way for attorneys and law firms to differentiate themselves, promote their expertise, and provide added value to their clients. In this upcoming, 90-minute webcast, you will hear practical tips from three leading bloggers on how you can begin a blog, build an audience, and discover new ways to give you and your firm a leg up in today's competitive business development climate.

Don't miss this unique opportunity to hear from a panel of at least two stellar law bloggers on a webcast scheduled for Thursday, February 21, 2008, Webcast: 12:00 p.m. to 1:30 p.m. EST, 9:00 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. PST.

We will share our experience and insights on these topics and more:

                    Starting your blog and finding your niche

                    Building your audience

                    Establishing your reputation

                    Law blog networking 2.0

                    Integrating your blog into your business development plan

Our expert panel of speakers and top bloggers includes :  Kimberly A. Kralowec, Partner, Schubert & Reed LLP, San Francisco,
Howard J. Bashman, Partner, Law Offices of Howard J. Bashman, Willow Grove, PA and me.

Check out these blogs by my co-panelistsAuthored By Ms. Kralowec - The UCL Practitioner and The Appellate Practitioner Authored By Mr. Bashman:  How Appealing.

You can even get a discount:  Add Law Blogging for Fun and Profit: Building Your Audience, Building Your Practice to your shopping cart on West LegalEdcenter. The registration fee is $165.00.  Returning West LegalEdcenter customers should simply log on; if you are new to West LegalEdcenter, simply click New User and continue through the quick registration process.   Once returned to the cart, enter WLW15 in the promotion code box and click Apply to activate your 15% discount. This offer expires on February 21, 2008.

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