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  • Eight Secrets to Maximizing and Monetizing a Blog Post

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    Do any of the following apply to you? I want to make money. I want to monetize with BlogPaws. I am a pet blogger and want to bring in cash through my blog. I write product reviews (or want to). If one or more of the… read more

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  • Twas Brillig and the Slithy Toves: Or How Many Times Did the Dog Poop Today?

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    Post by BlogPaws Founder/CEO Yvonne DiVita When I first started blogging, over 10 years ago, I blogged every day. I wrote about marketing to women who shop online in a little blog called Lipsticking. Using SEO tactics relevant to the day, I rose quickly in the… read more

  • WordPress Plugins: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly

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    One of the key advantages to using WordPress as your blog publishing system is the fact that there is a robust library of WordPress plugins to help you customize and extend the features of your WordPress site.  Plugins are essentially add-ons that you can install with… read more

  • Is WordPress a Blessing or a Curse?

    WordPress is without question the most popular blogger publishing system. A full featured content management system (CMS), WordPress is used by a reported 65 million websites and blog sites across the world, according to Pingdom.com.  It is also used by more than half of the top… read more

  • Using Google Keyword Planner for Pet Bloggers

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    In the BlogPaws Community forum recently, a fellow long-time pet blogger shared her desire to expand her niche and grow.  In response, BlogPaws’ co-founder, Tom Collins, shares, “Changes like these can affect your existing readership and traffic, the scope of monetization opportunities offered to you, SEO,… read more

  • Tech Help for Pet Bloggers

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    by: Carol Bryant Tech help for pet bloggers: Ah, the dreaded (but much needed) topic! WordPress and access to inexpensive hosting plans make it easier than ever for a blogger to create a blog and begin to build a following.  Yet, many bloggers are either unaware… read more

  • 7 Ways to Build a Tighter Focus Blog

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    Out of town friends can bring a lot of things with them when they visit: Luggage Camaraderie Clarity If you’ve ever had an out-of-town guest, whether family or friend, who visits you, how many of the above did they bring along? Kim Kiernan is a Cocker… read more

  • #PetBloggerMonth: Countdown To BlogPaws 2015 Start Saving Now

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    Post by Blog Manager Robbi Hess Can you believe in a mere eight months we will all be together again for the next BlogPaws conference? It’s true! May 28-30, 2015 we will gather in Nashville for what we think will be one of our best conferences… read more

  • #PetBloggerMonth: Organize Your Blogging Tasks

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    When it comes to blogging and social media and working outside of the home and taking care of home and family, it can be a daunting task for a blogger to get it all done, am I right? Blogger and BlogPaws Community Member, Angie Bailey, wrote… read more

  • Pet Bloggers Can Be Sued For Their Words

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    by: Carol Bryant True or false: Your opinion if stated online is just that: Opinion and there are no repercussions. False. Pet bloggers can be sued for their words. What you say can and will be held against you in a court of law. According to… read more