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Legal Sample Post: Don't Get Hurt Twice - Tips For Avoiding Personal Injury Pitfalls

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This is a sample post on personal injury law to inform your prospective audience of customers when to take action and engage an attorney.
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BlogMutt
June 9, 2017

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BlogMutt In 2018: Upcoming Improvements

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An in-depth guide to the changes and improvements BlogMutt will be making in 2018 to power effective content marketing for our customers.
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By
Paul Zalewski
November 10, 2017

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Storytelling Through Crowds

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Over my career I’ve had the opportunity to see firsthand the power of crowdsourcing across different types of work, and writing is one of its most powerful applications.
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By
Steve Pockross
February 28, 2017

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How A Leading SEO Agency Used BlogMutt To Overhaul Their Content Creation

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A case study through four months of conversations with one of SocialSEO's main SEO gurus BJ Enoch and their content creation operations evolution and overhaul with the help of BlogMutt's talented writer network.
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By
Paul Zalewski
January 3, 2018

Legal Sample Post: Don't Get Hurt Twice - Tips For Avoiding Personal Injury Pitfalls

Below is a 628-word sample post written by one of BlogMutt's 3,000+ talented, U.S.-based writers focusing specifically on personal injury law to illustrate the variance of potential blog post topics in the area of law to inform your prospective audience of customers as a law firm when to take action and engage an attorney.


 

By Brian H.

Life isn't fair. 

We know this on an empirical and personal level, but it doesn't make things any easier when we have a stroke of bad luck. 

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BY BlogMutt
June 9, 2017

Legal Sample Post: How To Let A Criminal Accusation Ruin Your Life

Below is a 621-word sample post written by one of BlogMutt's 10,000+ talented, U.S.-based writers focusing specifically on criminal law to illustrate the variance of potential blog post topics in the area of law to inform your prospective audience of customers as a law firm. This one takes a more punchy, attention-grabbing approach in contrast to a typical, tried-and-true, dry law firm post.


 

By Brian H.

What is stopping someone from making a false accusation against you? 

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BY BlogMutt
June 9, 2017

Legal Sample Post: Bad Things Can Happen To Good People

Below is a 624-word sample post written by one of BlogMutt's 3,000+ talented, U.S.-based writers focusing specifically on bankruptcy to illustrate the variance of potential blog post topics in the area of law to inform your prospective audience of customers as a law firm.


 

By Brian H.

The Declaration of Independence begins with the phrase "we hold these truths to be self-evident: that all men are created equal".

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BY BlogMutt
June 2, 2017

Legal Sample Post: No Part Of Your Life Is Outside Divorce's Reach

Below is a 687-word sample post written by one of BlogMutt's 3,000+ talented, U.S.-based writers focusing specifically on divorce law to illustrate the variance of potential blog post topics in the area of law to inform your prospective audience of customers as a law firm.


 

By Brian H.

Divorce. A word that means many things to many people, divorce is defined as "the legal dissolution of a marriage by a court or other competent body" or "a separation between things that were or ought to be connected."

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BY BlogMutt
June 2, 2017

4 Sample Posts, 4 Blog Post Lengths: Picking The Right Length For Your Law Firm's Blog

Editor's note: We worked with one of BlogMutt's stellar writers, Shilo D. G., on this series of four posts to give a good, concrete idea of the kind of content you can expect at each of BlogMutt's word counts: 300+, 600+, 1000+, and 1500+ words per post.

This series focuses on samples from the legal industry specifically, all focused on varying topics and specialties within the broad area of law, and some unique to specific cities/regions in the United States.

What follows here is a brief, 467-word overview of Shilo Dawn's process and how she approached each length of post.


 

By Shilo Dawn Goodson

When it comes to creating blogs for a law firm, the length of the post is going to depend upon the firm's focus and goals. A 300-word post is not going to achieve the same results as a 1,200-word post, and that must be taken into account when picking what word count is right for your company.

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BY BlogMutt
May 12, 2017

Legal Sample Post: Domestic Violence - Understanding Misconceptions & What You Can Do

This is one post as part of a series of sample posts entitled 4 Sample Posts, 4 Blog Post Lengths: Picking The Right Length For Your Law Firm's Blog, all by the same writer, Shilo D. G., to showcase what sorts of posts you'd receive at each of BlogMutt's word count lengths in the legal industry.

This particular, 1,406-word sample post is what you can expect in terms of depth of content and quality at the 1000+word tier for the legal industry as an attorney—a thought-leadership piece or deep exploration of an issue or case.


 

By Shilo D. G.

According to data from the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence, a woman in the United States is fatally shot by a spouse, ex-spouse, or other romantic partner on average every 14 hours.

Even though domestic violence is a well-known problem, there are still many misconceptions about it, both in California and across the United States at large.  

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BY BlogMutt
May 12, 2017