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  • 5 Ways Pet Bloggers Can Avoid Burnout

    5 Ways Pet Bloggers Can Avoid Burnout - BlogPaws.com

    When I first saw Carol Bryant’s post, “Are Traditional Blogs Dying?” here on BlogPaws, I was worried, and knew I had to read it immediately. I had already been concerned that perhaps blogs were going to become a thing of the past, as I saw many… read more

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  • Getting the Most Out of Your Phone for Photoshoots

    Getting the Most Out of Your Phone for Photoshoots- BlogPaws.com

    Not everyone can afford expensive lighting equipment, cameras, shutter releases, tripods, photo-editing software… but those tools are not required to take quality photos of your furry friends, anyway. Despite what you might think, it is 100 percent possible to produce beautiful images, ideal for social media… read more

  • How to Turn Your Blog Into a Book

    How to Turn Your Blog Into a Book | BlogPaws.com

    You’ve been dedicating countless hours to your blog, pouring your heart and soul into creating quality content. Now you’re at the point where you feel you’d like to turn your blog (or another social media platform) into a book, and you’re asking yourself, “What do I… read more

  • The Mechanics of Hosting a Blog Giveaway

    The mechanics of hosting a giveaway | BlogPaws.com

    Bloggers host giveaways on their websites for a variety of reasons: increasing blog traffic and providing readers the opportunity to try products you have enjoyed using are two. Having a well-established plan for orchestrating a giveaway will help you to feel more confident and will help… read more

  • How to Take Irresistible Cat Photos for Your Blog

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    Great cat photos are a hot commodity on the internet. Transforming your cat into the perfect spokesmodel for your sponsored posts is easier than you think. All it takes is a little time, training, and technique. Train Your Cat to Love the Camera Does your cat… read more

  • Content Strategy: How to Mine Existing Content for New Ideas

    Content Strategy- Mine existing content for fresh ideas - BlogPaws.com

    Why You Need to Go Beyond the Numbers It’s easy, and often necessary as a content creator, to get into a groove with analytics. You might look at your traffic daily or weekly, note what did the best, and work to repeat that success in the… read more

  • Are You Losing Money Charging Flat Fees for Inclusion in Your Blog?

    Are You Losing Money Charging Flat Fees | BlogPaws.com

    When a company pays you an upfront fee to talk about their product in your blog, it’s like winning the lottery. But is that flat fee you’re charging advertisers actually costing you money? Flat Fees Aren’t All They’re Cracked Up to Be When you charge a… read more

  • Optimizing Blog Images for SEO

    How to Optimize Images for Your Blog

    You just finished writing the purrrfect piece of content for your blog. You’ve double checked your spelling, punctuation, added catchy headlines, and even formatted your content for SEO. In black and white, everything looks great. Whiskers even gave his approval with a friendly meow! But –… read more

  • How to Launch Your eCommerce Store: Everything Bloggers Need to Know

    How to Launch Your eCommerce Store- Everything Bloggers Need to Know | BlogPaws.com

    As bloggers, you may have noticed that companies are increasingly eating your lunch. That is to say, many of them are implementing a blog to accompany their store. Being content-rich helps attract web traffic and fosters brand trust. On the flip side, however, there aren’t nearly… read more

  • The Anatomy of an Effective Blog Newsletter

    The Anatomy of an Effective Blog eNewsletter | BlogPaws.com

    You’ve done it. Creating a stellar blog was no small task. You have now become the king or queen of your domain (literally). Now, keeping your steady following of people engaged in your blog is the next step to blogging success. Social media is one really… read more