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  • How to Write Any Kind of Blog Post Authentically

    3 Key Points in Writing Authentic Blog Content

    As a regular reader of BlogPaws, I expect you are familiar with the concept of authenticity in blogging. This involves creating and using a voice or tone that is yours alone. Your blog has a tone that people recognize as yours. Your blog is dedicated to… read more

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  • Click on that link! Share that post! Be a #boostblogger

    Click the Link Share the post

    Post by BlogPaws Co-founder Yvonne DiVita Yes, I say… CLICK on that link! SHARE that post! Be a #boostblogger I just made the boost blogger hashtag up. It stands for …boosting blog content. Blog content can be from your personal pet blog or from Facebook, Twitter,… read more

  • Why I Won’t Write for Huffington Post

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    Post by BlogPaws CEO, Yvonne DiVita Not too long ago, I participated in a conversation thread on Facebook around writing for the Huffington Post (THP). The conversation started with someone saying that writing for The Huffington Post was a good idea. In fact, it said writing for… read more

  • Speaker Spotlight: Copyright & The Blogger

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    Post by Blog Manager Robbi Hess I hadn’t absorbed Paul Jorgensen’s bio until we started talking, but we certainly had an energetic conversation about his upcoming BlogPaws Conference session: Copyright for Bloggers. Our conversation was lively, interesting and piqued my interest to hear the entire session… read more

  • Speaker Spotlight: Amplify Your Social Media Bark With Brian Easter

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    Post by Blog Manager Robbi Hess Brian Easter, CEO of Nebo, an Atlanta-based digital marketing and web design agency, and I spoke about his upcoming session at the BlogPaws 2014 Conference: How to Amplify Your Bark Across the Digital Ecosystem. I asked him, “The success you’ve… read more

  • Blogger Education Month: Blog Posts We Enjoy

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    Post by Blog Manager Robbi Hess We spent quite a bit of time this week, as we do every week, reading blog posts by great bloggers both in and outside of the pet industry. We’re not sure how much time you have to devote to finding… read more

  • Web Accessibility Part III- Digging Deeper: 5 Free Tools

    #1 Blog WAVE Tool 2014 Jenny Lewis (3)

    Guest post by Jenny Lewis A web accessible pet blog is a great way to broaden our audience base. Part 1 of this series highlighted how disabled pet parents would benefit from the knowledge, entertainment and products that our blogs provide. Part 2, highlighted several examples… 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

  • Can You Afford To Attend BlogPaws 2014? Can You Afford NOT To?

    Post by Blog Manager Robbi Hess I recently returned from a BlogPaws Executive Team Retreat and my head is still spinning from all of the ideas that were put forth, the walls of Yvonne and Tom’s house that were covered with our white board brainstorming sessions… read more

  • Malice in Wonderland

    by Yvonne DiVita, BlogPaws Co-Founder and blogger at Scratchings & Sniffings There's malice in wonderland! What do I mean by that? I mean, someone…multiple someone's, at times … is stealing content from other bloggers, like me! Or you!  It's a reoccurring issue across the net, and… read more