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Adding information from your law blog to Wikipedia

Kevin O’Keefe – Lexblog: “via an existing entry or a footnote makes good sense. Contributing to the advancement of the law.

  • Making reliable and credible legal information more accessible to legal professions and the public.
  • Wikipedia appears on page one of Google’s search results forty-six percent of the time.
  • Others are citing legal blogs, and perhaps yours, for Wikipedia entries and footnotes.
  • Law blogs are a leading source on many subjects.
  • Increases stature as a reliable authority.
  • Law firms and legal marketing professionals scramble to get their blogs and blogs seen in any number of places. Some worthwhile, some not.
  • Wikpedia is twelve percent of the Internet. It dwarfs any other source…”

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