What is the deal with JD Supra?

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This whole idea of “sharing” is tough for young children to understand- just ask my 2 year old son.  It is hard for him to watch somebody else enjoy one of his toys.  Even if he is having fun with something else, he often grabs away the toy from his young friends.  Many lawyers have a hard time sharing too.  But for those who believe in sharing, and in this idea that “a rising tide lifts all ships” JD Supra is a great place for lawyers to share.

Tomorrow we will be welcoming to our call Adrian Lurssen from JD Supra.  For those that haven’t hear of JD Supra- it is a site dedicated to sharing.  Remember that contract clause you had to draft, that you were sure had been drafted a thousand times before?  Jump on JD Supra and find the completed work of others to give you a head start.

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At 10:00 AM EST Adrian Lurssen will be joining us for a FREE conference call.  You can get the call-in information HERE or feel free to email questions about JD Supra or social media in general to info@adriandayton.com and we will answer them during the call.

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3 Responses to “What is the deal with JD Supra?”

  1. Jayne says:

    A good goal to set when playing in the online sandbox is to own the top results in Google for your name and your published content. So, in addition to “sharing” well and benefiting from others who share, JDSupra has lots of indexing power. Content published on JDSupra is often naturally very key word rich, updated constantly, the site is large and it has plenty of traffic – what’s not to like. Unintentionally, when I first started posting content to JDSupra, my article rose to the first page in a Google search. That was a nice bonus. Thanks JDSupra. (Disclaimer: I am not employed by JDSupra nor paid to endorse the service. I do recommend it to my clients.)

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