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  • How to Price Your Work Online

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    Post by BlogPaws CEO Yvonne DiVita Our bloggers routinely ask us how to price their work online. “A company I like approached me and asked me to do a sponsored post,” they write to us. “They asked how much I charge…and I don’t know! Can you… read more

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  • The Answer to Every Question is Always YES!

    Post by BlogPaws CEO, Yvonne DiVita “Can you do this?” The client was giving me that squinty-eyed look, full of doubt. “Yes!” I replied, with conviction. We rose, shook hands, nodded our heads and as he gathered his briefcase and laptop, I held the door. The conference room… read more

  • Publish or Publish: From Blog to Book

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    If you’re wondering if it’s necessary for a blogger to put his or her mind to writing and publishing a book, there are pros who know. These pros are Lisa Erspamer, Amy Shojai, and Lon Hodge. Combined, these three are an arsenal of information and BlogPaws… read more

  • When LESS is MORE: How Silence Is A Powerful Sales Weapon

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    Post by BlogPaws CEO Yvonne DiVita “We offer complete blog design and development,” we told the new business owner across the table from us. We smiled and waited for her to respond. It was eight in the morning on a sunny summer day. We were seated… read more

  • How To Create That Dream Job!

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    Post by Yvonne DiVita, BlogPaws CEO Last week I published a post on the BlogPaws blog about working from home. The gist of it was, “create your own job” – in other words, stop doing what other people tell you to do and do what you… read more

  • Pinterest Best Practices For Bloggers (Part 2)

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    Post by Blog Manager Robbi Hess In part one of how bloggers can use Pinterest for business we explored ten simple steps that a pet blogger could take to amp up their efforts on Pinterest. Today we will go a bit more in depth on how bloggers… read more

  • Seven Steps to Remarkable Success in 2015

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    Post by Yvonne DiVita, CEO, BlogPaws Last week I came across a great article on the Small Business Trends site. It was delivered to me via Facebook, so if you’re reading about the uselessness of Facebook – brands abandoning it in droves – don’t jump on… read more

  • Self Esteem And The Pet Blogger

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    Post by Blog Manager Robbi Hess Because I have been a writer for close to two decades, I learned long ago that I needed to grow a thick skin and that I couldn’t sit around and wait for the Muse to inspire my words. When you… read more

  • 11 Pet Business Growth Activities When You’re In A Lull

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    Post by Blog Manager Robbi Hess Okay. Okay. Maybe that headline made you laugh because you’re wondering “what is a lull and when will I experience one!” Believe me, I know it does seem as though when you’re balancing work, life, your pet blogging business and… read more

  • 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