Tag "blog comments"

  • Protecting Your Pet’s Online Privacy

    Protecting Your Pet’s Online Privacy

    I’ve been writing about dogs for over a decade, but only recently have I started thinking about the way my writing impacts the safety of my dogs. I’ve learned if you write publicly about your pet, it’s likely at some point a reader will say something… read more

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  • Blog Comments: Are You Using Them to Grow Your Blog and Build Your Brand?

    Blog Comments- Are You Using Them to Grow Your Blog and Build Your Brand-- BlogPaws.com

    Comments: We all get them… or, at least, we all want them! Sure, it’s exciting to get lots of comments on a post, especially if they’re positive, but comments are an often-overlooked aspect of the big blogging picture. Comments serve as a metric for the overall impact… read more

  • How to Handle Negative Blog Comments

    How to Handle Negative Blog Comments FB

    No matter what you blog about, who your audience is, or even how often you post, the singular truth about blogging is that, eventually, you will face negative blog comments. Since we in the pet blogging community are sharing our real life experiences with our real… read more

  • What to Do When You Get Trolled: Tips for Handling Criticism

    What to Do When You Get Trolled- Tips for Handling Criticism

    Post by Maggie Marton, BlogPaws Blog Manager The title of this post isn’t what to do IF you get trolled because the sad reality of the internet is that if you post anything on the internet ever, you will deal with criticism eventually. When the trolls… read more

  • Ho, Ho… Hold On! What Did You Miss In #BlogPaws Last Week?

    Post by Blog Manager Robbi Hess Winter is in full swing as I write from my home office in New York. The weather forecast calls for up to 12 inches of snow by 6 am Sunday. The main benefit of winter (if I have to find… read more

  • Becoming An Effective Part Time Pet Blogger

    Guest post by Blog Manager Robbi Hess What a great life! Nothing on your plate other than building your pet blogging prowess, talking with all of your pet loving friends on Facebook, Google+, LinkedIn and the BlogPaws Community. What could be better? Knock, knock… reality calling!… read more

  • Self-Editing For Pet Blog Post Success

    Guest post by Blog Manager Robbi Hess Misteaks happen when your righting blog posts. The point is to self-edit before you hit “publish.” There are several items you will want to edit – the words themselves (as the mistakes in the first sentence point to!), your… read more

  • Five Timely Tips For Your Pet Blogging

    Guest post by Blog Manager Robbi Hess It’s easy to lose focus when you’re trying to squeeze your pet blogging time into your regular daily activities. If you want to make your blogging a priority though you need to take the endeavor seriously; think of yourself… read more

  • Delete that Spam!

    by Yvonne DiVita Oh for the days when spam was spam and your blog tool deleted it for you! Not so much, anymore. Spammers have evolved – they are as likely to be real people, as robots. When they are real people, they tend to bypass… read more

  • 15 Ways To Get Readers To Comment On Your Blog Yvonne DiVita’s Top 5

    Yesterday we shared 5 Ways To Get Readers To Comment On Your Blog from Caroline Golon. Today, Yvonne DiVita shares her Top 5 Ways To Get Readers To Comment On Your Blog: 1. Make friends. People comment on blogs and connect to people they like. Use twitter… read more