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Link Building With Blawg

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August 17  |  Link Building  |   Ryan Clark

Blawg is a great resource for Lawyers, Judges and even criminals. If you have a law blog then it might be in your best interest to add yourself to their feed directory. Blawgs has been showing a lot of growth and they’re holding a pr6 page rank, which isn’t too shabby. I’m sorry to dissapoint my readers who are not running a law blog and wanting a general place to snag a link. You can also add your law related podcast to the mix and it will surely drive very targeted traffic to your show.

Blawg was started in December 2002 by Bill Gratsch. While not a blogger himself, Bill had stumbled across a few interesting and useful postings at various weblogs, but too often it seemed simply luck that he found good ones. There was little organization or structure to the blogosphere. With this in mind, Bill scoured the web looking for weblogs that focused on legal-oriented subject matter, with the idea of creating a law blog directory. He found 57. From lawyers writing about their area of expertise, to law librarians offering research tips and tricks, to law professors expressing their opinions and analysis, to technologists discussing the latest trends and ideas in legal technology, these law-oriented blogs or “blawgs,” were providing an early view of the changing dynamics for communication and collaboration within the legal community.

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3 Responses to Link Building With Blawg

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  2. Olson Shaner says:

    Finally, lawyers discover the social side of the web. But is that an oxymoron?

  3. Toronto says:

    how you can say this post is oxymoron?

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