BlogPaws, the original pet community, social media company and yearly conference recently announced their latest Programs and Advertising options with expanding pet industry influence.
BlogPaws was one of the first companies to begin promoting pet health and welfare via social media, and the first social media conference for pet parents. BlogPaws’ online community site attracts thousands of pet bloggers, pet enthusiasts, and pet people- on Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, Tumblr & Squidoo. BlogPaws has emerged as the go-to presence for reaching pet parents and is a trusted industry resource for pet people and brands to partner on projects and campaigns using social media tools.
“We’re consumers – we party, we shop, we bathe, we walk our dogs in strollers, we do all the same things mommy bloggers do,” BlogPaws’ co-founder, Yvonne DiVita shared. “Our community is on the pulse of all things pet: from dogs to cats, rabbits to ferrets, and everything in between.”
In May of 2013, BlogPaws will host its fifth annual conference in Tyson’s Corner, Virginia, right on the Washington D.C. border. BlogPaws is a pet-friendly event that has made its mark in Ohio, Colorado, Virginia, and Utah thus far.
Experts are available to comment on pet products, pet blogging, the pet industry, and social media trends and advances. The BlogPaws 2012-2013 media kit is available in PDF format for download at the BlogPaws website,
http://www.blogpaws.com in the Media Room.
APPA Senior Vice President, Andrew Darmohraj, shared in his post Global Pet Expo wrap up report, “Media attendance was up and more diverse than ever, with attendees ranging from pet industry specific magazines and bloggers to media like Good Morning America, TODAY, National Geographic and the New York Times, further demonstrating the wide-ranging interest in pets.”
Brands are encouraged to connect with BlogPaws to get started on the program and customized outreach plan.