by: Carol Bryant
I’ve been to four BlogPaws conferences, have been a fan of BlogPaws the company from day one, and through hard work, determination, fortitude, and a bit of fate, I now work for BlogPaws. Do I want a medal or an award? Well, no, but sure, toss me your rose petals and doggie biscuits. Something I’ve learned about BlogPaws is that they are a year-round company and their speakers and bloggers offer a wealth of information.
From SEO optimization to monetizing your blog and even frugal traveling tips with dogs, BlogPaws has it covered with one expert or another. Take these eight blog posts from experts associated with BlogPaws as cases in point:
SEO Boot Camp: Sounds scary, dirty and intense, right? Well, intense but easily understood and completely in lessons that anyone from a novice to an expert can understand, but most importantly, apply. Karen Nichols of MouseBreathZine designed an SEO boot camp worth reading (scroll to the bottom to catch up).
Frugal Fido Traveling: Barkonomics at its finest from Paris Permenter and John Bigley aka Dogtipper (and so many other Tippers we’ve lost count). In their 28th book (yes, 28!) they explore ways dog lovers could reduce their costs while, at the same time, providing their dogs with a healthy, happy lifestyle.
Contests, Goodies, Giveaways, and Freebies: BlogPaws’ co-founder, Caroline Golon, launched the fab website, Daily Nuzzles, where pet bloggers can share their contests with the world.
Scratchings and Sniffings and Lipsticking: In addition to her long-time pet blog, Scratchings and Sniffings, BlogPaws’ co-founder, Yvonne DiVita also blogs with Lipsticking. This is a blog written by women, for women, about women - and all their facets. From being a mom, being a sister, being a boss, being a girlfriend, to just being a girl, they cover the bases.
Writers and Bloggers, One Big Happy Family: The line between writers and bloggers is a blurred one, right? We write, we blog, we blog, we write. And BJ Bangs shares her BlogPaws summary.
Should You Guest Blog? BlogPaws’ Blog Manager, Robbi Hess, explored this topic and deciding if and when, if ever, you should consider guest blogging.
Media Kits for Bloggers: Have one? Want one? What’s involved? We’re discussing it in the BlogPaws Community forum now. Media kit info here.
Are you in the BlogPaws growing pack? Share your expertise and sharpen skills in our BlogPaws Community.