Our Love/Hate Relationship with Being Reminded

{4:15 minutes to read} How does phoneBlogger remind its clients of publication deadlines, approvals, and appointments?

Like every business, we walk a fine line between being a nuisance and being diligent when communicating with our clients. I was speaking a week or so ago with one of our editors about reminding me, and other clients, about something important. In this particular case, she was reminding me to review a newsletter that needed my approval.

In a remarkable coincidence, it came to mind that sometimes people just hate to be reminded.

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Jewish Custody Determinations by the Secular Court

Jewish Custody Determinations by the Secular Court by Joshua Katz

{8:00 minutes to read} “When a person has a judgment adjudicated by gentile judges and their courts, he is considered a wicked person.” Rambam, Hilchos Sanhedrin, 26,7.

As a custody litigator, my cases invariably involve litigants whose emotions run high while they battle over who is the most appropriate parent. An extra layer of complication comes into play when the secular courts are confronted with issues of religious observance as they affect the best interests and moral wellbeing of children. While the secular courts cannot make rulings based upon their interpretation of religious dogma, the courts are invariably faced with situations where they must assess the religious practices of the parties in reaching a decision as to issues of custody and parenting rights.

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7 Cross-Promotion Strategies to Boost Referrals

{4:15 minutes to read} There are a lot of different ways in which you can engage others in your co-marketing.

In the phoneBlogger.net world, we are, of course, focused primarily on blogs and newsletters. Cross promotion is the next level of marketing by utilizing these tools:

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Gratitude & Pride: Reflections on My Career Choice

Gratitude & Pride: Reflections on My Career Choice by Joshua Katz

{4:30 minutes to read} March 25, 2016, was a typical, average day, but it was significant for me. It was one of those rare days that confirmed that I love what I do.

I was in court handling three (3) cases where the court had to determine the best interests of three (3) very distinct children. Despite the very challenging and heart-rending circumstances to which I am privy on a daily basis, I am proud when my job makes a difference in the world — as a child advocate.

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