Thanks to our Readers! The Massachusetts Real Estate Law Blog Is Top Of The Class

by Rich Vetstein on November 27, 2009 · 5 comments

in Blogging

Thanks to you, our readers, the Massachusetts Real Estate Law Blog has quickly become the highest rankithumbs_upng legal blog focused solely on Massachusetts substantive law according to and rankings. As reported in BizJournals, the blog has proven very popular to home buyers, sellers, consumers, realtors and lenders due to its easy to read articles on timely topics affecting Massachusetts and national real estate law.

Much thanks to all of our readers!

Richard D. Vetstein

  • I recently came across your blog and will post the link on our company Intranet and suggest agents subscribe. Thanks and keep the information coming.

  • Richard –

    Right on. Who knows where Avvo got their list. It’s always hard to figure out how to categorize blogs. Its even harder to measure their true impact. Alexa is a perfectly reasonable, although deeply flawed, measurement tool.

    Of course as lawyers, we need to be careful of hype that could be seen as false advertising.

  • Richard –

    Congratulations. Your blog is great. It’s a great resource for Mass. real estate consumers.

    But I think you had better be careful of superlatives. I just checked the Alexa ranking for my blog and Bob Ambrogi’s Law Sites. (He is #66 on the Avvo list.) They both have higher Alexa rankings than your blog. They also have higher Google Page Ranks.

    There is also Steve Seckler’s Counsel to Counsel at #95 on the Avvo list. Although it is about legal marketing and the business of law, not the substance of law.

    There may be others out there. The AVVO list is clearly incomplete and flawed. (To which they admit.)

    • Doug, thanks for the reply. What I meant was Massachusetts specific blogs dedicated to Massachusetts substantive law. I’ve corrected the post.

      I don’t see your blog on the list, and in any event, your blog doesn’t appear to be Massachusetts specific.

      Steve and Bob’s blogs are both legal marketing blogs, not true law blogs on substantive law.

      Richard D. Vetstein

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