Executive Blog

  • 10 Reasons to Connect Your Blog with a Cause

    10 Reasons to Connect Your Blog with a Cause

    Pet bloggers are pet-passionate people. So, connecting your content with a cause is a natural extension of the work you’re already doing. Plus, connecting with a cause can help build your online presence. There are endless reasons why connecting with a cause will help strengthen your… read more


  • Blog Hop: How to Stop Worrying and Start Living

    Stop worry blog hop

    For this blog hop, it’s time to stop worrying and start living. Every blogger, online influencer, and, heck, any person in any stage of life has fears and worries. If you are anything like the billions of pet lovers on this planet, you take great solace… read more

  • How to Develop a Hashtag Strategy for Instagram

    Instagram tips for hashtags

    Love them or hate them, hashtags are a way of life on Instagram. Do you have a hashtag strategy for Instagram in place? Hashtags on IG are a lot like people at cocktail parties. Some folks show up and offer very little except to annoy the… read more

  • 5 Questions to Ask Yourself Before You Start a Pet Blog

    You’ve been reading blogs for awhile now. You’ve tossed and turned thinking about how to start your own pet blog. You have a message and a topic that you’re passionate about, and you want to help others by sharing your expertise with the world. If creating a… read more

  • 7 Things to Consider When Vetting WordPress Plugins

    7 Things to Consider When Vetting WordPress Plugins

    WordPress is amazing. Everyone knows it, too, from the most seasoned web developers to the greenest rookies. It’s simple, it’s modular, and, if you know what you’re doing, it’s inexpensive. Like I said: Amazing. In most cases I could stop there, but then we couldn’t gush… read more

  • How to Engross Your Readers by Strengthening Your Storytelling

    How to Engross Your Readers by Strengthening Your Storytelling

    Telling stories can be a powerful way of engrossing your readers. As Maggie Marton has written before in this fabulous BlogPaws post, the brain is actually wired for storytelling! But there’s a big difference between a decent story and a compelling tale that engrosses your readers… read more

  • Blog Hop: How To File a DMCA Complaint

    How to file a DMCA complaint

    One of the most important things a pet blogger can do is to pay attention to content scrapers and those that post your content on their site(s) without your explicit permission. Plagiarism is a very serious online problem. Thankfully, there are things you can do to… read more

  • How Do Instagram Stories Work

    How does Instagram Stories work

    Simply stated, Instagram defines a story as, “a way of sharing photos and videos with your followers that disappear after 24 hours.” If you want to know exactly how Instagram Stories work and how to make them work for you, this is your blog post! Every… read more

  • 10 Ways to Use Your Blog as an Advocacy Tool

    10 Ways to Use Your Blog as an Advocacy Tool

    Enacting change is hard work, and it takes numbers, time and consistency to enact that change, whether at the local, state, regional or national level. You can use your blog as a vehicle to make change. How? By writing blog posts telling people how they can… read more

  • How to Survive a Blog Launch

    How to Survive a Blog Launch

    Excited.  Uncertain. Terrified. Hopeful. What do all of these words have in common? They are the universal sentiments held by every person who has ever launched a blog. So, how does one evolve from a simple domain owner to a well-known and respected blogger? 5 Tips… read more