Here we are: Labor Day, that last summer holiday. Put your feet up, take a deep breath, survey your surroundings, and enjoy the moment.
Now, here is what you read the most in August:
- How Lawyers and Legal Tech can Work Together to Create a Win-Win Situation
- Build the Law Firm of the Future: 5 Strategies (video)
- 5 Questions on Artificial Intelligence
- How Lawyers are Using Web-Based Software in 2015
- Protecting Firm and Client IP from Spear-Phishing Attacks
- Why Law Firm Websites Need Structured Search Engines
- PC to Mac and Back Part Deux
- Open Source Security Issues: Next on the Radar for General Counsels
- Document Automation for Estate Planning Attorneys (video)
- Need New Clients? Yelp is the Key.
There were a couple posts I found especially interesting; the first deals with structured search engines, and why law firm websites need them. Searching has become common place, and we’ve become so conditioned to “Googling it” that I’d wager few give much thought to the search bar on their own websites. The post offers six steps to implement a structured search bar, and I’d be interested to hear from those who do, and the results (if any) they’ve seen. The other post that caught my attention was using Yelp to find new clients. It created a small stir in the comments as there is some truth to seeking out more information, but relying on one popular site alone runs the risk of getting a fraction of the larger picture.
Did you have a different favorite post in August? Leave a comment below and let us know!