This isn't our first rodeo. Tom Collins, the hubby as he will often be referred to, and I made the cross country trip from New York to Colorado in November of 2008, just as we were establishing BlogPaws, the popular and still famous pet blogging community and conference. A few... Read more →

"Just dance," she said. Her voice was full of laughter. Happy laughter. She wasn't judging. She was advising. I watched her slip onto the dance floor and throw her long blonde hair back, and thrust her body into the movement, keeping time with the band, waving her arms about, full... Read more →

Written by Ali Lawrence. Your audience reveals the health of your blog. When your viewers are loyal, consistent and quick to comment and share your content – and consist of more than six people - you have the ideal setting for your blog to become an online feast. The challenge... Read more →

Guest post by Ryan Currie Being a woman in business is hard enough without having to navigate the murky waters of social media. But in today’s increasingly-digital age it’s not sufficient just to own a business and smile your way through trade shows, you have to be involved and invested... Read more →

by Yvonne DiVita Wayne. Wayne Hurlbert. I think of him often, now. Now that... he's gone. Why is that? Why did I not think of him more often, before he was gone? It's just how we humans are. Not always thinking of him does not mean he was unimportant to... Read more →

by guest blogger Alicia Lawrence Blogging has become a popular way to make a little extra money and become a thought leader in your industry. But writing thousands of words and posting content everyday doesn’t do you much good if no one ever reads your blog. Out of thousands of... Read more →

by Yvonne DiVita Who remembers the good old days of blogging? When blogs and bloggers were scary to big and small businesses, everywhere? Blog? Not them! They didn't want anything to do with those loud-mouthed, obnoxious, gossip-mongers who were cluttering up the web with their 'chatter'. I remember them well.... Read more →

by Yvonne DiVita Our pet blogger community continues to grow, with new members registering daily. I'm amused by the spammers - they register but don't supply enough information to be approved. Perhaps they feel that an automated software system is in place. It isn't. I approve or deny all who... Read more →