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Tuesday, August 10, 2010



Hi Kim, enjoyed meeting you at Bloggy Boot Camp this weekend! I see from your experience here that you could easily have been one of the speakers.

I think it would be interesting to see how you might use videos on this site. Whether actual courtroom footage or perhaps tutorials, I'm sure they would add even further value to your site. Jessica said all readers are looking for "entertainment".

Good luck to you!


Also wanted to know whether you're on Twitter?

Kimberly A. Kralowec

Hi Jenny, thanks for your comments. I think it would be a lot of work to create original video content for the blog and that the ROI would not be high enough. However, I could easily embed relevant video produced by others. Most judges don't allow video cameras in the courtroom, so little actual courtroom footage is available. But this is an interesting idea and one that I'll keep in mind for the future. As for Twitter, I do have an account but have never gotten into the habit of using it regularly.

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