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  • Niche Writing for the Advanced Blogger

    Niche Writing for the Advanced Blogger (1)

    As an avid writer, you may have reached the point where you’re looking to take your writing to the next level. You have found the topic that speaks to you, that’s easy to write about, and that excites you to continue exploring. For many writers, this… read more

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  • Basic Accounting for Bloggers

    Basic Blog Accounting

    Saying to yourself “hey, now that I’m a blogger, I should really work on understanding basic accounting,” probably wasn’t the first thing you uttered as soon as you established your blog. It was most likely more in line with what you wanted to say about pet… read more

  • 4 Simple Tricks to Photograph Your Pet Like a Pro

    4 Simple Tricks to Photograph Your Pet Like a Pro- BlogPaws.com

    For pet bloggers, taking great images of our pets is a key component to blogging success. Unlike with human models, it’s not always easy to get your pet to strike the perfect pose for that eye-popping photo. It takes a bit of creative maneuvering to get… read more

  • How to Make the Most of Your BlogPaws Experience

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    Whether you’re attending BlogPaws for the first time or, like me, you know you lost opportunities and connections because you were not as organized or prepared as you could have been at past conferences, here are some tips for making the most of your BlogPaws experience.… read more

  • 3 Tips to Writing Better Pet Product Reviews

    3 Quick Tips to Writing Better Pet Product Reviews - BlogPaws.com

    Writing reviews of the products you use and try out with your pets is a great way to create a dialogue with your readers. Sharing your honest experiences on what works well and what should be avoided makes for valuable content fellow pet owners love to… read more

  • 6 Ways to Test if Your Blog Niche is Too Small

    6 Questions to Ask to Test if Your Blog Niche is Too Small - BlogPaws.com

    Do you have a burning desire to blog about a special topic? Creating a blog that is dedicated to a niche you are passionate about can be immensely rewarding. I knew I wanted to write about paralyzed pets after my dog, Sophie, lost the ability to… read more

  • Use These 5 Basic Blogging Skills to Rock Instagram

    Using your basic blogging skills to rock Instagram | BlogPaws.com

    When I started my Instagram account, I had no purpose or strategy. Sure, a few people started following me, but I wasn’t building a real community there. Then I saw brands taking a big interest in the platform and realized it was taking off as a legitimate… read more

  • The Top SEO Terms You Need to Know

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    Attention pet lovers, bloggers, and website designers! Do you want to optimize your website or blog to boost visibility on the Internet, but sometimes get stuck on technical terms along the way? When Google finds matches for your search, it considers more than 200 factors –… read more

  • 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

  • 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