Archive for the “Law firm publications” category

Around and about the legal web

By Nick Holmes on February 10, 2020

In the latest issue of Internet Newsletter for Lawyers I go around and about the web: looking at SeeYouOutOfCourt; considering the demise of and the continued survival and prospering of Out-Law; calendarising Law Via the Internet 2020; and surveying (…)

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Law news – benchmark sites

By Nick Holmes on May 12, 2008

Following my last post on law firm newsletters having to compete with the best online law news services, it’s worth pointing to two law news sites who fortuitously received gongs last week as the very best in their respective industries: (…)

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Law firm newsletters – do or die

By Nick Holmes on May 10, 2008

Jordan Furlong on the futility of most law firm newsletters. Law firms sometimes seem to think their newsletters, print or e-mail, are competing only against other law firm newsletters for clients’ attention. They’re not. They’re competing against every business and (…)

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e-Newsletters – RIP (2)

By Nick Holmes on December 14, 2006

Further to my earlier post consigning e-newsletters to the watebasket, Kevin O’Keefe explains clearly why there’s little, if any, viral marketing effect from law firm newsletters.

e-Newsletters – RIP

By Nick Holmes on June 7, 2006

I have for a long time believed that the web would spell the end of the newsletter. For the printed newsletter the end will be a long time coming. Print will not die anytime soon and the printed newsletter, smart (…)

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