Many of my 400-500 visitors a day come from a search on Google, bing or other engines (See my post of Feb. 11, 2007: “About 65 percent of my readers look at a post that came up on a search engine, mostly Google. About 20 percent come to the site directly such as through a feed and the remaining 15 percent visit from another blog.” Others come from a feed reader or aggregator site (80% from Google Feedfetcher, Bloglines, and NewsGator, and approximately 580 in all according to Feedburner). Twitter is the source of some visits (See my post of April 28, 2009: Twitter and 6 references; and June 16, 2009: hits here from Twitter.).
Finally and very importantly, all kinds of blogs and websites entice their readers to click through to Law Department Management Blog. I thank them and plan to recognize other blogs that do the same. Each of these blogs has material that may interest in-house attorneys. Here are 14 from the past two days:
blicksteingroup.com (Brad Blickstein)
compliancebuilding.com (Doug Cornelius)
inhouseblog.com (Geoff Gussis)
ipengineservices.com/themiddleoffice (Stephen Seckler)
legalitprofessionals.com (Rob Ameerun)
thecorporatecounsel.net/iclient (Broc Romanek)