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  • How to Write a Nonfiction Book Proposal

    How to Write a Nonfiction Book Proposal

    It happens often. Someone tells me that they have a great idea for a book. The premise is engaging and the potential author is supported by a strong social media platform. But when I ask about their book’s Proposal, the energy of that aspiring author dwindles.… read more

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  • When Should You Source an Expert for Your Blog Post?

    When Should You Source an Expert for Your Blog Post-

    When I sit down to write a blog or article, my first or at least second thought is always, “Am I an expert enough to write this article with authority?” If I’m not, how do I find the best source? Here are a few considerations when… read more

  • 5 Simple Steps to Grow Your Audience with YouTube

    5 Simple Steps to Grow Your Audience with YouTube

    With the increase in online video consumption, YouTube is quickly becoming one of the largest social platforms online. And, while most people think of YouTube as the epicenter for cat videos, it’s also a great place to build an audience for your business or personal brand.… read more

  • How to Blog with a Voice that Will Build Your Following

    How to Blog with a Voice that Will Build Your Following

    You know those bloggers who captivate you, no matter what the topic? That’s often because they write with a strong, likable voice. As a blogger, when you develop the right voice, your readers won’t be able to resist sharing your posts. What a great way to… read more

  • How to Repurpose Content and Market It Consistently Online

    How to Repurpose Content and Market It Consistently Online

    Some people frown on repurposing your own content or maybe you don’t know how to reuse your own content. It is all in how market it online that is going to help you stand out, stay consistent and not kill yourself trying to get out a… read more

  • Balancing a Blog and a 9-5: Things to Consider Before You Hit Publish

    Balancing a Blog and a 9-5- Things to Consider Before You Hit Publish

    For the majority of the six years since I started seriously blogging (meaning: publicly sharing my posts, putting money into design and self-hosting, and remaining consistent), I’ve balanced it with a full-time job. When I started out, I knew that time management would be of utmost… read more

  • A Beginner’s Guide to Content Marketing

    A Beginner’s Guide to Content Marketing

    Content Marketing is taking the marketing world by storm. According to Content Marketing Institute, CM leaders experience 7.8 times more site traffic than non-leaders. If you’re not already creating unique, original content to broaden your audience, here’s how to get started. Cross Blogging is Your Best… read more

  • 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

  • 7 Ways to Make Your Blog More Accessible

    7 Ways to Turn Your Blog into an Accessibility Success Story

    As pet bloggers, our goal is to get important and entertaining information out to pet lovers, and no matter what our content is about, we want to reach as many readers as possible. Our audience covers a wide range of people, including pet parents, industry professionals,… read more

  • Maximize the Power of Twitter to Drive Traffic to Your Blog

    Maximize the Power of Twitter to Drive Traffic to Your Blog

    I get a lot of traffic to my blog using Twitter. Twitter moves fast, with approximately five hundred million tweets sent per day. That’s six thousand tweets per second! Tweeting your blog post once or twice probably isn’t going to drive much traffic to your blog. Using Twitter… read more