Follow Cruise Law News on Facebook

One of the interesting things about having a blog is that there are programs which indicate how many viewers you have, how many pages they look at, and the countries where they are from. For the first two weeks of this month alone, Cruise Law News (CLN) has been viewed over 62,000 times. We have been the tenth most popular law blog for several months now. The number one referrer of visitors to CLN is Google (US), with other referrers via the Google search engines from the United Kingdom, Canada, Poland, Puerto Rico, Australia, India, Germany, Norway, Mexico and Brazil. The number two referrer to CLN is Facebook, which surprises me. Rather than just being a place to socialize on line, we are finding that Facebook is increasingly becoming a place where news is disseminated and issues are discussed. We created a Facebook page for CLN recently to help get the news out about things that happen on cruise ships. You can read about some of the high profile cases involving the cruise industry. You can see our photographs of some of our clients and cases here. We have a rather modest group of followers at this early date (around 200) which includes cruise passengers and crew members. It is slowly growing. With the new Facebook format, our followers can post their own links to articles as well as post photographs and upload videos. We hope that you click the "like" button and follow CLN on Facebook. Please consider taking a moment and post a comment to one of our blog articles, or post your own interesting link to a cruise-related story. Thanks for your interest!

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