Tips and Tutorials

  • BlogPaws Community Brings Pet Bloggers Together


    Community sweet community. A combination of like-minded and diverse bloggers is what composes the BlogPaws Community. The BlogPaws Community is for conversation, sharing, and learning. This isn’t a pitch but a bit of a homework assignment. “I want to grow my blog.” “I am so sick… read more


  • New Twitter Design: 40+ Sources of Information and Inspiration!

    By Tom Collins The new Twitter design and features have been rolling out since April, but don’t feel bad if you haven’t updated yours yet. You’re not alone! So let’s start with a couple of examples who haven’t uploaded a new header image to inspire you… read more

  • Speaker Spotlight: Ted Nguyen, Maddox And WordPress Tips


    Post by Blog Manager Robbi Hess Following a few technical glitches, I had the pleasure of speaking “live” with Ted Nguyen and his adorable pooch, Maddox, this weekend. We talked about how the bloggers in our Community are always looking for ways to make their blogging… read more

  • Speaker Spotlight: Killer Videos Save Animals’ Lives


    Post by Blog Manager Robbi Hess Lights. Camera. Action. If you want to put your love of cameras, video and technology to use helping to save shelter pets, then you do not want to miss Lisa Richman’s session: Killer Videos that Save Lives: Visual Storytelling 101… read more

  • Pet Blogger Education: 5 Time Management Tips For The Blogger


    Post by Blog Manager Robbi Hess Where does the time go? There are days of the week when I walk away from my desk and close the office door and wonder where the day went and what exactly I accomplished. I look at my to-do list… read more

  • Spoil Your Pets With BlogPaws: What’s Everyone Talking About This Week?

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    Post by Blog Manager Robbi Hess I will admit it: Henrietta is spoiled, but then all of the pets in our house are spoiled. When I consider the Spoil Your Pets theme that BlogPaws has been celebrating this month I think of all the things we… read more

  • Web Accessibility Part II – 5 Ways to Make Your Blog More Accessible to the Disabled

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    Guest post by Jenny Lewis As pet bloggers, we want our content to be accessible to a vast audience of pet lovers.  The disabled are among the ranks of devoted pet parents who benefit greatly from our fun, informative blogs. Have you thought about how “accessible”… read more

  • What Pet Bloggers Need to Know About WordPress


    WordPress is one of the platforms used by pet bloggers and also one of the most question-generating topics at the BlogPaws Conference and throughout the year in our community . At the BlogPaws 2013 Conference, pet blogger and WordPress guru, Karen Nichols, presented a session for… read more

  • Web Accessibility For Your Blog – What Is it And Why Is It Important?

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    Guest post by BlogPaws Community Member Jenny Lewis Web accessibility for your blog is the practice of making web content accessible to the disabled, an act that pet bloggers need to address. Our purpose is to share a love of animals, and the knowledge, entertainment, and products we… read more

  • 26 Blog Topics To Get Through the Holiday Season

    by: Carol Bryant Faster than a one-horse open sleigh, brighter than Rudolph’s nose, and quicker than you see Santa shimmy up and down a chimney, the holidays are here. Whether you rejoice and celebrate, groan and bicker, a little bit of both, or skip the holidays… read more