Posted Apr 05, 2007 06:38 pm CDT
Lawyers who want to be mentioned in the Wall Street Journal would be well advised to start their own blog, suggests the Blawg blog.
“It is not uncommon to see lawyers and other legal sector professionals who write blawgs quoted or referenced [in the Journal and its website]. Even better, there are often crosslinks back to sources, so instead of just getting the quoted professional’s name, you can quickly click through to their profile/biography or website for more information,” the site says.
“If you are wondering the how you might get quoted in the WSJ, don’t ignore the potential power of regularly displaying your expertise to the rest of the blawgosphere.”