(PRWEB UK) 8 October 2012
Starting a blog isn't always straightforward. Much thought needs to be put into design and promotion. Motivation can also be a problem if content isn't getting read.
This is where the new blogging feature on StudyingLaw.co.uk can be utilised. Prospective bloggers can get their content read by people straight away due to the pre existing audience on Studying Law. Bloggers don't need to worry about the stylistic elements of their blog; all they need to do is write.
The site can't compare to the customisation options from sites like Wordpress and Blogger, but it does allow bloggers to interact with others in a similar situation to themselves. Doing this they can provide tips, advice and support to each other whether they're a trainee solicitor, an A level student, or current university student.
The site runs on a Wordpress platform which means the creation of posts is straightforward. Users can add their own images and videos with little technical knowledge.
Site owner Mark Jackson believes the feature could one day evolve into a mini community with enough bloggers.
"Networking is a crucial practice, especially in law. I hope that by setting up a blog individuals can not only help themselves, but others too. Having a blog on a respected website is always going to look great on a CV, and if they can make some friends and connections during the process then even better. Hopefully others will also be able to read the blogs and learn from what's been written"
"If enough bloggers join the site hopefully it will develop into a mini community. At that stage we'll look into making it even better by including detailed user profiles, badges for posting and a forum. It would be an online CV accompanied with evidence of writing and previous experiences. A great way for firms to research future candidates. But even if it just helps a few individuals then I'll judge it a success.”
Go to http://studyinglaw.co.uk/start-your-own-law-blog/ to find the new blogging page along with additional information about the process.