There’s Gold in that Stream of Legal Blog Commentary

Claud Mccoid

I have come to know that the most precious asset LexBlog has is lawful weblog material authored by passionate, expert and caring lawful specialists.

Important to authorized industry experts and the public.

It’s like gold at the bottom of a stream. We have developed a good earnings stream by licensing a website system and similar publishing solutions.

But at the base of the stream are gold nuggets. We have been so hectic doing the job on what we generally worked on to see the gold and its probable.

No additional.

We can take like minded information (blog site posts) – the gold – and harvest the material by publishing it in a portal of blog site posts.

Assume about a publication on local weather regulation, comprised of an aggregation of applicable weblog posts.

Weblogs, no matter whether on the LexBlog system or not, can be aggregated via their RSS feeds into this portal publication.

Include to this all weblog posts, no subject the blog’s principal topic, referencing local climate law. We can do this by pinpointing pertinent phrases and phrases we’re on the lookout for.

The consequence is a timely portal of the greatest of legal perception and commentary on local climate legislation. New information the second the supply publishes a put up.

There is some wonderful composing on the internet. The difficulty is acquiring it. Google is as well large.

Randomly obtaining a piece on LinkedIn, Twitter and the like final results in lacking a whole lot.

Subscribing to just one or two blog site publications by email messages is just that, a single or two. You are lacking other brilliant minds.

Traditional large company and academic driven publishing is sluggish and generally powering paywalls.

We want rapid and open publishing to establish upon and develop authorized wondering, particularly on anything like climate law.

Time to do some panning of the gold.

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