Blogs That Aren't Blogs

Blogs That Aren't Blogs. Ernie Svenson, whose Ernie the Attorney site was featured in my article on blogs for lawyer marketing, may have had the most thoughtful comment on it: “[S]ometimes weblogs are most powerful when the people who are reading them don't perceive anything different from a regular website.” He mentions a couple of example pages at his law firm site. He has a very good point. I have been planning to convert the main entry points of two of my conventional web sites into blogs that won't look like blogs: and the web site to support my book, Internet Tools for Lawyers. []

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