Charon QC’s Blawg Review #292

Chanon QC's Blawg Review #292The Time Blawg is only a day old yet we received a mention in today’s Blawg Review #292 by Charon QC. The Time Blawg was also kindly mentioned yesterday by Tessa Shepperson on her Solicitors Online Blog.This demonstrates how quickly information is dispersed over the internet especially via Twitter where many kindly Tweeps have given The Time Blawg a shout out with @TheTimeBlawg already having 80 followers in less than 24 hours. Thank you all.

Blawg Review is a very valuable source of information for lawyers leading you to the many great blogs that are out there. I discovered many of the blogs that I now read regularly first via Blawg Review. It also provides great encouragement to blawgers everywhere.

Charon QC has, as usual, done a great job with his latest Blawg Review #292 which is UK centric. It highlights that blawging is alive and kicking in the UK and I believe we will only see an increase in UK blawging over the next few years. My own law firm (Inksters) will be launching blawgs in certain niche areas of the law shortly and I expect this to be a trend we will see throughout the UK and something I will no doubt revisit as a blog post in its own right at The Time Blawg. I also read today an interesting blog post at The Nutmeg Lawyer on “Is Blogging worth the effort?“. I assume there would not be so many blogs about if it was not. I will let you know my thoughts on this in a blog post this time next year.

I will be hosting the Spring Edition of The UK Blawg Roundup at The Time Blawg and it will be interesting to see how many new UK Blawgs emerge over the next three months. In the meantime thank you Charon QC for including The Time Blawg in Blawg Review #292.

3 Replies to “Charon QC’s Blawg Review #292”

  1. Brian

    Great to see this interesting blog. I am new to blogging/social media and I am currently experimenting with a new blog I have set up on commercial property and related environmental law, called Digging the Dirt (http://www.jondickins.com). I am a freelance lawyer and so I see social media as a useful way of trying to raise my profile and keep up to date at the same time.

    Best of luck with the blog.

    Jon

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