Christine at Conglomerate wants to know the “right” scope for a law prof blog: “full-service” v. “boutique.” I’m with Eric Goldman (or maybe Eric’s with me): The two-blog model works for me, since I’ve learned that the audience for this blog doesn’t overlap — much — with the audience for this one. There aren’t any readers that I don’t want, but there are readers that I do want, and trying to cultivate an audience is tricky enough without trying to figure out who’s here for what. As an aside, I read Leiter, too, and I’m looking forward to the possibility of more analysis of hard questions.

One thought on “Rightsizing the Blog

  1. Optimal Organization of Blogs
    Brian Leiter’s Leiter Reports is one of the most popular law professor blogs around. I’ve been a reader/subscriber for some…

Comments are closed.