App from LexisNexis Syndicates Legal News to Drive More Consumers to

Senior Director of Consumer Marketing at LexisNexis, Rocco Impreveduto wrote an interesting article about a new app from LexisNexis.

In an effort to reach as many consumers as possible while they’re online and seeking legal information, we’ve created a new Lawyers.comSM Legal News Headlines application that can be downloaded and easily integrated into the 54 million websites that use WordPress.

The new widget can be used to immediately enhance and enrich the content offered by any site owner (mainly news aggregators) or bloggers. It allows anyone who uses WordPress to display a stream of legal news articles on their own blogs or sites, at no charge.  If a visitor to the site sees a headline of interest, he or she can easily click on the link and go directly to the full text for that story on

WordPress is the largest self-hosted blogging application in the world, used on millions of websites – including CNN, TechCrunch and CBS Radio – and seen by tens of millions of people every day. This new widget from is another investment we’ve made to syndicate our unique content in order to drive more traffic to the site, increasing visibility for the attorneys listed on  

The content we use for this continuous stream of articles is the blog, which contains original articles posted daily by a team of independent journalists headed up by Larry Bodine, a nationally known legal blogger and law firm marketing consultant. 
The new Legal News Headlines app is available now in the WordPress gallery for news aggregators to easily download.   Within the first two weeks of availability nearly 200 site owners downloaded the application.  

This new offering is part of our ongoing strategy to engage consumers earlier in the lifecycle of their legal need and make the only online destination they think of when they seek legal help.  We’ll continue to expand our digital footprint and diversify our marketing channels in order to reach as many consumers as possible.

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