Reinsurance Girl is an online influencer
We received an email late last night at Rein4ce telling us that this blog has been voted onto the top 50 blogs by the LexisNexis Insurance Law Community.
We are delighted, of course. It is the second year running that we have been voted onto this list, and we find ourselves in very distinguished company. As Rein4ce is a public relations company rather than an insurance or law firm, it is particularly pleasing to have made the list. We specialise in public relations for the insurance and reinsurance markets – and companies that service them such as law firms – and it is a real accolade to have been selected.
“Best writing… and a wealth of information”
LexisNexis stated: “The Top Blogs contain some of the best writing out there on insurance law. They contain a wealth of information for the insurance law community with timely news items, practical information, expert analysis, practice tips, frequent postings, and helpful links to other sites.These blog sites demonstrate how bloggers can impact the world of insurance law.”
We still find it fascinating that so many new blogs keep appearing, and this year the competition was tougher than ever. Thank you to those of you who voted for us and for those of you who keep on reading the blog.
What is interesting about the LexisNexis list is how the depth and bredth of companies with blogs has changed in the past year alone – there is a lot more out there to choose from and with great quality of writing and information too. Click here to see the list.
Included are old favourites, such as Guy Carpenter’s GC Capital Ideas, Edwards Angell Palmer & Dodge’s InsureReinsure, Risk and Insurance Management Society’s Risk Management Monitor and Goldberg Segalla’s The Insurance and Reinsurance Report.
But check out some of the other law firms and experts on here – there is a wealth of knowledge out there. Ones I’d not come across before include Zalma on Insurance, and there is a lot of in-depth knowledge in White and Williams’ Binding Authority Blog.
Thanks once again for reading the blog, and please pass it on to any colleagues you think would find it interesting.