Publishing Legal Content Online for LawyersIf you are anything like many practicing lawyers out there, you already have a lot of content.  Articles, newsletters, presentations, briefs, even notes from law school.  Generating content consumes a large amount of our lawyerly time.  The problem facing many attorneys is – “what do I do with it?”  If you have a brochure style website, it can be hard to add your content on an ongoing basis.   And publishing your articles in traditional periodicals can take time and can be competitive.   However, the internet has made publishing much easier and empowers all attorneys to get their content in front of their target audience.

On RFPattorney’s legal network, we make publishing content and distributing it easier for all attorneys.  When you create your presence, you can add your thought leadership page with a single click.  After you generate your presence, you have the ability to customize your content areas, including case studies, blog posts, twitter, events, services, and, of course, thought leadership.  Your thought leadership page allows you to publish your articles, etc.

For each published article, you can add a title, the subject, a brief summary, and either upload the document or link to another page with that document.  If you upload a PDF, it will be displayed to all visitors in page, and is indexed and searchable.

Check out a sample thought leadership page here.   Then get started publishing your articles on RFPattorney.com today!

Ryan Bowers

Founder of RFPattorney.com and author of the RFPattorney Blog. Over 8 years of experience practicing law, including past experience at an international law firm, a national law firm, and a small firm. Currently GC and VP Operations for large mechanical construction company. Midwesterner, home renovator, golden retriever wrangler, new dad, Wolverine, & avid hockey fan.

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