It can be mind numbingly boring searching through the vast amounts of online legal blogs. If you are looking for the most valuable ones that have the best, most up to date information, there is a quick easy way to finding them.

Feeding your blog means you will need to update frequently and put time and effort into your posts. Let your personality shine. Eventually, you will find your “blog voice” and posting will come together more easily. All this attention will allow your infant blog to flourish.

This is the section that most blog gers don’t want to talk about. Most blog think they will live and die with their Customers but in reality, it’s not possible. You must relinquish control of your blog someday; whether you like it or not. So instead of leaving your blog to fate, why not plan for it in advance? A good plan must include a part that lays out the yardstick with which you will use to decide when to call it quits. Even if you don’t intend selling your blog, just prepare an exit strategy. An exit strategy is a sign of financial intelligence; it is also a contingency plan just in case things don’t go as planned.

Try and keep a variety in your blog posts and make them as different from each other as possible. Try and avoid similar titles for your posts and keep them simple. Also, make sure that the URL of your blog is also short and simple and does not have any random characters.

Try not to make the title too long. Google will only display the first characters in its search results so try to keep it short online blogs sweet and attention grabbing.

Whilst there is no hard and fast rule as to blog length, it is generally accepted that 200-500 is the minimum acceptable length. Ideally, a blog should be between 500 to 1000 words. This will allow a level of detail which gives the reader an adequate amount of information, but does not overload them.

In conclusion, this brings to an end my 10 rules of radical blogging. Now I know I have stepped on some toes, I know I have challenged the views of many; I know I stirred the waters of conventional wisdom. So I am going to level the playing field here. If you feel I have contradicted your views or principles; then feel free to shoot me through your comments. I am prepared to take your bullets and also respond with mine, so let’s begin.