Now that you’re among the 2018 ABA Journal Web 100, we encourage you to tell the world.
You can start by displaying the badge that appears below. You can download it and place it onto your site, so your site’s visitors can link back to this year’s Web 100.
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[INSERT NAME OF BLAWG, PODCAST, TWITTER HANDLE] CHOSEN AS ONE OF THE ABA JOURNAL’S WEB 100
(Insert CITY, STATE - DATE) - Editors of the ABA Journal have selected [BLAWG, PODCAST, TWITTER HANDLE Name] to the 2018 ABA Journal Web 100, as one of the 100 best digital media for a legal audience.
The Web 100 honors legal blogs, podcasts, social media and as of 2018, web tools. In addition, the magazine has added five more bloggers to its Blawg Hall of Fame—featuring the very best law blogs, known for their untiring ability to craft high-quality, engaging posts sometimes on a daily basis.
[Name of blawg, podcast, Twitter handle] is authored by [names of individual authors who contribute.]
“The web is a constantly evolving space, and we enjoy shining a light on new and useful blogs, tools and people for legal professionals to follow,” Editor and Publisher Molly McDonough said. “We started this project as the Blawg 100 in 2007, but over the years have broadened the scope to include podcasts and social media. This year, we added a category to explore tools that have practical applications for your day-to-day life as a lawyer. We hope the Web 100 provides readers with entertainment, engagement and a way to keep abreast of the newest developments in the legal industry.”
[Quote from blawg, podcast, Twitter handle author/contact].
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